Science, Technology, and Engineering
Are you a curious, analytical problem-solver who likes to explore how things work? You’d be at home in the Science, Technology, and Engineering area of study, where students gain hands-on, real-world experience—doing everything from studying microbes to designing rockets to trouble-shooting computer networks.
Welcome CenterGaiser Hall, Room 127
1933 Fort Vancouver Way
Vancouver, WA 98663
Clark’s dedicated faculty, small class sizes, tutoring, and extensive extra-curricular activities will help you build a supportive foundation to be successful at a four-year university and in your professional career.
With an emphasis on innovation, collaboration, and creative problem-solving, our programs prepare students for a rapidly changing global society.
Our state-of-the-art facilities include a 70,000 square foot STEM building that opened in 2016.
|Area Related Programs||
|Surveying and Geomatics||AAS||CP|
|AA Interest Areas (Anthropology, Mathematics, or Psychology)||AA|
|AST Interest Areas (Chemistry, Clean/Renewable Energy, Environmental Resource Sciences, Geology)||AST1||AST2|
Related Groups, Clubs, and Activities
- Engineering Week
- STEM Help Centers
- STEM Building
- Bioengineering and Chemical Engineering
- Computer and Electrical Engineering
- Computer Science
- Environmental Science
- Mechanical, Civil, and Aeronautical Engineering