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School of STEM

School of Science, Technology, Math, and Engineering
School of Science, Technology, Math, and Engineering

Welcome to the School of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). The School offers high-quality associate degree pathways and general education courses in the biological sciences, engineering, computer science, mathematics, and the physical sciences. The STEM faculty and staff are dedicated to the success of our students, and we are committed to transforming teaching and learning through the use of innovative pedagogies, technology, and experiential opportunities. Courses within the school are designed to instruct students in effective use of the scientific method, mathematical analysis, and computer technologies, and to provide students with the critical thinking and problem-solving skills necessary to succeed in STEM. Students who complete a STEM degree at GHC pursue a bachelor’s degree and/or a career in a variety of scientific, medicinal, education, or technical disciplines.

Biological Sciences

Examine life and living organisms from the smallest cell to the biosphere by completing your Associate’s Degree in Biology or Agriculture.

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Mathematics and Technology

Explore everything from numbers and algorithms to computer chips and coding by completing your Associate’s Degree in Mathematics or Computer Science.

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Physical Sciences

Investigate the physical world from the smallest atom to the farthest reach of the universe by completing your Associate’s Degree in Chemistry, Engineering, Geology, or Physics.

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