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STEM degrees and classes

These are the degrees and classes offered and taught at Waubonsee Community College that would be considered STEM by the National Science Foundation.

Here is a list of formalized degree's at Waubonsee that are STEM eligible.  Note that not all STEM disciplines have formalized degrees at Waubonsee, such as Geology and Astronomy.  You can still pursue any NSF STEM discipline at Waubonsee, and you would graduate with an A.S. degree.   


Here is a list of classes taught at Waubonsee that would be considered STEM by the NSF.

AGR 100 Introduction to Animal Science
AGR 105 Introduction to Crop Science
AGR 110 Introduction to Soil Science

AST 100 Introduction to Astronomy
AST 105 Astronomy
AST 110 Planetary Science
AST 296 Topics/Issues for the Sciences

BIO 100 Introduction to Biology
BIO 101 Introduction to Biology Laboratory
BIO 102 Human Biology
BIO 103 Human Biology Laboratory
BIO 104 The Nature of Science
BIO 110 Environmental Biology
BIO 111 Environmental Biology Laboratory
BIO 120 Principles of Biology I
BIO 122 Principles of Biology II
BIO 126 Ecology and Field Biology
BIO 128 Evolution
BIO 200 Nutrition
BIO 244 Survey of the Animal Kingdom
BIO 250 Microbiology
BIO 254 Introduction to Genetics
BIO 260 Human Structure and Function
BIO 262 Neuro-musculoskeletal Systems
BIO 264 Kinesiology and Pathology
BIO 270 Anatomy and Physiology I
BIO 272 Anatomy and Physiology II

CHM 100 Introduction to Chemistry
CHM 101 Introduction to Chemistry Laboratory
CHM 102 Introduction to Organic Chemistry
CHM 103 Introduction to Organic Chemistry Laboratory
CHM 106 Chemistry in Society
CHM 121 General Chemistry
CHM 122 Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis
CHM 231 Organic Chemistry I
CHM 232 Organic Chemistry II

Computer-Aided Design and Drafting
CAD 100 Basic Technical Drawing
CAD 102 Introduction to 2-D CAD
CAD 120 2-D CAD Detailing and Layout
CAD 140 Residential Architectural Drafting
CAD 170 Commercial Architectural Drafting
CAD 176 Structural Drafting
CAD 180 Civil Engineering Drafting
CAD 200 Introduction to 3-D CAD Modeling
CAD 210 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
CAD 220 Design Visualization
CAD 230 3-D Architectural Modeling Applications
CAD 240 Parametric Part Modeling
CAD 242 Applied 3-D Parametric Part and Assembly Modeling
CAD 270 Product Design and Development
CAD 297, 298, 299 CAD Internship

Computer Information Systems
CIS 115 Introduction to Programming
CIS 116 Structured Program Design
CIS 117 Discrete Structures
CIS 120 Visual BASIC Programming
CIS 130 C++ Programming
CIS 150 Introduction to Java
CIS 170 Networking Essentials
CIS 173 Introduction to TCP/IP Internetworking
CIS 174 Wireless Local Area Networking
CIS 176 Windows Server Administration
CIS 180 Linux/UNIX Operating System
CIS 181 Introduction to Information Systems Security
CIS 190 PC Hardware Essentials
CIS 201 Applied Computer Operating Systems
CIS 202 Data Management Concepts and Practices
CIS 203 Systems Analysis and Design
CIS 205 Information Technology Project Management and Design
CIS 220 Advanced Visual BASIC Programming
CIS 230 Advanced Topics in C++ Programming
CIS 250 Advanced Java
CIS 280 Linux/UNIX System Administration
CIS 296 Special Topics
CIS 297, 298, 299 Internship

Earth Science
ESC 100 Survey of Earth Science
ESC 101 Survey of Earth Science Laboratory
ESC 120 Introduction to Meteorology
ESC 130 Introduction to Oceanography
ESC 220 Climate and Global Change
ESC 296 Special Topics

Electronics Technology
ELT 101 Introduction to Electronics
ELT 111 Circuit Analysis I (DC)
ELT 112 Circuit Analysis II (AC)
ELT 121 Linear Devices I
ELT 131 Digital Electronics I
ELT 161 Introductory Telecommunications
ELT 180 Introduction to Audio Recording Engineering
ELT 203 Advanced Mathematical Methods for Electronics Technology
ELT 221 Linear Devices II
ELT 229 Digital Electronics II
ELT 231 Microprocessor Theory
ELT 232 Advanced Microprocessor Theory
ELT 261 Intermediate Telecommunications
ELT 296 Special Topics

EGR 101 Engineering Graphics
EGR 220 Analytical Mechanics – Statics
EGR 230 Analytical Mechanics – Dynamics
EGR 240 Introduction to Circuit Analysis
EGR 296 Topics/Issues for Engineering

GEO 121 Physical Geography
GEO 130 GIS and Mapping Principles
GEO 131 Geographic Information Systems I
GEO 132 Geographic Information Systems II
GEO 200 Applications for Geographic Information Systems
GEO 210 GIS and Logistics Management
GEO 297, 298, 299 Geographic Information Systems Internship

GLG 100 Introduction to Physical Geology
GLG 101 Introduction to Physical Geology Laboratory
GLG 103 Environmental Geology

Industrial Technology
IDT 120 Hydraulics
IDT 218 Strength of Materials
IDT 220 Pneumatics
IDT 260 Computer-Aided Machining
IDT 262 Intermediate CAD/CAM
IDT 264 Advanced CAD/CAM
IDT 270 Materials of Industry
IDT 296 Special Topics for Industry
IDT 297, 298, 299 Industrial Technology Internship

MTH 101 College Mathematics
MTH 102 Applied Practical Math
MTH 103 Elementary Technical Mathematics
MTH 104 Business Mathematics
MTH 107 Basic Statistics
MTH 111 College Algebra
MTH 112 Plane Trigonometry
MTH 113 Technical Mathematics
MTH 131 Calculus with Analytical Geometry I
MTH 132 Calculus with Analytical Geometry II
MTH 141 Scientific Programming I
MTH 210 Finite Mathematics
MTH 211 Calculus for Business and Social Science
MTH 233 Calculus with Analytic Geometry III
MTH 236 Introduction to Linear Algebra
MTH 240 Differential Equations

Renewable Energy Technologies
RET 110 Introduction to Photovoltaic Systems
RET 130 Introduction to Solar Thermal
RET 150 Introduction to Wind Energy Systems
RET 170 Geothermal Systems

PHY 103 Concepts of Physics
PHY 104 Concepts of Physics Laboratory
PHY 111 Introduction to Physics I
PHY 112 Introduction to Physics II
PHY 221 General Physics I
PHY 222 General Physics II

World Wide Web / Internet
WEB 110 Web Development with HTML/XHTML
WEB 140 JavaScript Programming
WEB 150 Comprehensive XML
WEB 205 Emerging Internet and Web Technologies
WEB 220 PHP Programming
WEB 231 Web Authoring / Animation wit Flash
WEB 235 Flash ActionScript