STEM

STEM Industry Cluster

Emory University STEM programs are among the most prestigious programs to obtain.  There are several reasons to consider majoring in a STEM field related major. Just to name a few: to obtain a computer-based job, you have a niche for math, enjoy learning new technology and you want to make good money. A STEM major is any major in a recognized Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics field.  Majors in each field share an emphasis on innovation, problem-solving, and critical thinking. Most undergraduate STEM programs culminate in a bachelor of science degree, though others may lead to a bachelor of applied science or a bachelor of engineering. STEM students commonly take many of the same courses in fields like biology, chemistry, statistics, and computer science, regardless of their major.

Individuals who find a career in the STEM fields find their career extremely rewarding. Explore the STEM Industry cluster to discover possible career paths in a wide variety of roles and industries where you can express your passion and interests creatively.

 

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