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STEM careers involve planning, managing and scientific research; professional and technical services such as physical science; social science; and engineering. Jobs also include laboratory and testing services, and research and development services.

Engineering & Technology

  • 030198 Grade 7,8 USC 701, 801 Gr. Sustainable Design & Technology
  • 1504706 Grade 7, 8 UTC 750, 751, 752, 753 Robotics Foundation
  • 1504706 Grade 7, 8 UTC 674, 675, 676, 678 Technology Foundations
  • TET104, 105 Robotics Foundation
  • TED104, 105 CAD Drafting
  • TED201, 208 Tech Illustrations
  • Applied Geometry or 3rd Year Math
  • SCP331, 332 Principles of Technology 1
  • TET111, 112 Intro to Engineering Design
  • SCP431, 432 Principles of Technology 2

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