Programs of Study
Dr. John R. Agar, Jr., Dean
STEM Building, Room 2400
7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Division
Delaware County Community College's $60 million STEM Complex positions the College as a regional leader in STEM education, attracting more students to rewarding fields in high-growth, high-demand occupations. The broad range of academic and career programs offered by the College truly serves as a “gateway to opportunity” for existing and emerging fields.
The two buildings that form the complex, the STEM Center and the Advanced Technology Center, are a magnet for the study of STEM fields. Together, the Centers house 11 science laboratories and 12 specialized laboratories for customized education and training developed in partnership with local industry leaders.
Students majoring in the STEM Center's natural science, science for health professions and engineering programs earn associate degrees and provide the foundation for students to attend a four-year institution. Completion of these degrees may lead to professions in engineering, chemistry, biotechnology, dentistry, medicine, pharmacy, podiatry, optometry, physical therapy and other similar fields.
Offerings in the Advanced Technology Center range from traditional skill-based trades to high-tech engineering technology programs, including computer-aided design, robotics and nanofabrication.
A commitment to student success, bolstered by a strong support network, ensures College students the opportunity to aspire to a challenging career and the ability to succeed in the 21st century workplace. These are the reasons why Delaware County Community College is uniquely suited for you to pursue a career in STEM. Enroll today and find yourself here.