Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

In general, STEM is designed to prepare students in utilizing science, math, engineering, and technology to solving real-life problems to advance national development and contribute to world progress.  Students are trained as young scientists who can combine academics with technology and who are prepared to enter the collegiate level.  With the learner-centered curricula, students learn global skills, competencies, and knowledge, including work and life values that are prerequisites to successful career paths.