Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics are intertwining disciplines when applied in the real world. The difference of the STEM curriculum with the other strands and tracks is its focus on advanced concepts and topics.
The 7 Learning Areas, covering the basic topics: Languages, Literature, Communication, Mathematics, Philosophy, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences.
Designed to focus on the specific applications of in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
Science: Health Allied
Technology: Information Technology, Computer Science
Engineering: Civil, Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical, Computer
Math: Foundational subjects across all strands
Under this strand, students can take up different fields in college such as:
Subjects under STEM are aligned to courses such as civil engineering, chemical engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, electronics & communications engineering, industrial engineering, and mechanical engineering.
Specialized subjects for health care were introduced to this strand such as Biotechnology and Environmental Chemistry which is very important in Health allied courses.
Equipped with the basic essentials to survive the rapid global IT marketplace, look forward to getting that degree in Computer Science, Computer Technology, and Information Technology as a STEM student.
Mathematics and Science is the heart of the STEM curriculum. Different technical career paths are open for this strand. Various industries such as banking, civil service, financial services, consulting, and retail can also become a playground in the future.
Possible careers– an engineer, an IT specialist, a programmer, a pilot, an architect, an astrophysicist, a biologist, a chemist, a dentist, a nutritionist, a nurse, or a doctor.