Science Technology Engineering & Math (STEM)
The Future Is Now
Technology skills are in demand—and no longer confined to a single industry. Are you ready to explore all the places IT skills can take you?
Which pathways are offered?
Biotechnology—This pathway focuses on understanding and solving biomedical problems and creating products to improve the quality of human life. Students in this pathway may go on to study diseases to discover new treatments or invent medical devices used to assist patients directly or to improve the accuracy of diagnostic tests.
Computer Science—Students in this pathway learn to make sure data can transfer securely, maintain software and hardware, analyze problems, and develop solutions. They may also learn how to handle the cyber threats of the future and enhance security for corporations and governments. The courses in this pathway can put students on track to careers in computer network architecture, computer network engineering, programming, system administration, cybersecurity, and more. Successful establishment and maintenance of IT security is critical for all businesses/organizations.
What types of jobs can my student learn about and prepare for?*
Examples of jobs include:
Computer and information systems manager
Computer support specialist
Video game design
Biotech sales representative
Robotics and biomechanics
*Some of these jobs require additional education and certifications once a student graduates from high school.
What could my future look like with this career?**
**Data is from Lightcast and is updated frequently.