Science, Engineering, & Math Pathway

Science, Engineering, and Math

Science, Engineering, and Math

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Does solving technical or abstract problems appeal to you? Do you like thinking of new ways to do things and performing intellectually challenging tasks?

Students pursuing programs in this LCP engage in discovery and the development of new ideas while preparing for careers in the natural sciences, engineering, computer science, working in labs, data science, and the medical field.

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Explore Majors and Careers related to
Science, Engineering, and Math


Most majors can prepare students for a wide variety of occupations. The following list reflects a range of options, some of which require advanced degrees. Please note that this is not exhaustive list.

  • Actuary
  • Aerospace Engineer
  • Biological Technician
  • Biomedical Engineer
  • Biostatistician
  • Chemical Engineer
  • Civil Engineer
  • Climate Change Analyst
  • Computer Network Architect
  • Computer Programmer
  • Computer Systems Analyst
  • Cytotechnologist
  • Etc…

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Need more info on these and other Occupations? Check out:

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Occupational Outlook Handbook

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Division Deans/Managers

  • Michael Page, Science, Engineering and Math Division
  • Carlos Aguirre, MESA Program

Counseling Faculty

  • Berenice Gallardo (Academic)
  • Clara Ross-Jones (Career)
  • Brittany Lundeen (Transfer)

Instructional Faculty

  • Crystal LoVetere

Success Coach

  • Vanessa Salas

Social Work Intern

  • Rachel Rodriguez

Academic Support Rep

  • Carlos Aguirre

Data Coach

  • Thanh Trinh

Interested in learning more about the Science, Engineering, and Math LCP?

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Programs in this pathway can help you develop these skills:

  • Creative problem-solving
  • Written and oral communication
  • Computer fluency
  • Project management
  • Making symbolic connections
  • Adapting to change
  • Scientific research and investigation

Programs in this pathway may appeal to people with these interests:

  • Generating ideas
  • Applying innovation to working out solutions
  • Solving technical and/or abstract problems
  • Learning new things
  • Understanding application of technology
  • Thinking of new ways to do things
  • Performing intellectually challenging tasks

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These resources can help you link your transferable skills to occupations that require them.

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Need help identifying your broad interests? Check out these interest inventories.

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