Science | Technology | Engineering | Mathematics
In a world of continual change with evolving science, technology, engineering and innovation, we have the opportunity to develop global citizens who contribute to solving complex economic, social and environmental problems.
Students will contribute and thrive in a technologically intensive environment through interdisciplinary learning opportunities connecting Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). Learning in the classroom is paired with project-based learning and mentorship with the community and workplace.
Students develop innovation skills related to engineering design and design thinking, entrepreneurial thinking skills, and global competencies grounded in the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Students learn to be prepared for technological change and disruption, globalization and shifting demographics.
The I-STEM Program Information brochure is available here.