Gain the skills to meet the increasing workforce demand for those who have mastered science, technology and mathematics.
Focusing on three of the increasingly important STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) and meeting the workforce demand for those who possess the knowledge and skills to practice them, the Division of Science, Information Arts and Technologies offers academic programs designed for students with interests in science and computer-related areas and the mathematics that supports them.
These interests range from information technology; usability studies; system development; and game, simulation and interaction design to environmental studies that encompass science, ethics and politics to the exploration of humans’ interactions with the planet.
We have state-of-the-art science and computer labs dedicated to the subjects we teach. Our nationally prominent faculty are involved in projects exploring environmental sustainability and watershed protection, historical archaeology, interface design, application development, information services, new-media rhetoric, electronic publishing and the digital arts.