If you want to pursue a specific career related to science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM), you will need to follow an education, training, and career path to achieve your goal. Career Pathways lay out a roadmap to career success by identifying the education, training, and career experience needed for groups of professions requiring similar talents, knowledge and skills.
For example, if your long-term goal is to become a Computer Systems Analyst, you might follow a career pathway that looks like this:
The following interactive matrix provides links to STEM programs offered at the 12 Connecticut Community Colleges, as well as careers associated with each program. Clicking on a dot will bring you to the program's web page. Clicking on a sample career will bring you to detailed information about the occupation. Go to the Community College System website to search by college campus, associate's degree, certificate programs, bachelor degrees, graduate degrees, or by non-credit certificates.
Not all program details are available at each college website, nor is every course offered every semester. Please contact the college directly for course schedules.