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STEM by Mind Map: STEM

1. Mathematics and Science

1.1. Mathematics and Science is the heart of the STEM curriculum. Different technical career paths are open for you to take on. Various industries such as banking, civil service, financial services, consulting, and retail can become your playground in the future.

2. Information Technology

2.1. Equipped with the basic essentials to survive the rapid global IT marketplace, look forward to get that degree on Computer Science, Computer Technology, and Information Technology as a STEM student.

3. Health Care

3.1. Anatomy and Physiology just got easy with the STEM curriculum specialized subjects of chemistry and biology. Your future might hold you as a doctor, nurse, pharmacist, physical therapist, dentist, or medical technologist. I can already see that white coat on you!

4. Engineering

4.1. Subjects under STEM are tailor fitted to courses such as civil engineering, chemical engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, electronics & communication engineering, industrial engineering, and mechanical engineering.

5. Physics classes will explain the various phenomenons that are happening around us. You can also try magic tricks of kinematics, momentum, impulse, and a lot more. Also take into account the various thermodynamic concepts, oscillations, gravity among others.

6. Physics

7. Take out your calculators and get a piece of paper. This should be your starter pack for your Pre-Calculus and Basic Calculus classes. These are all essential once you take your bachelor course on Mathematics or Engineering.

8. Pre-Calculus and Basic Calculus

9. Earth Science

10. STEM will offer you a subject on Earth Science that would discuss continental drift, index fossils, and renewable energy. This program would also help you identify areas that vulnerable to disasters, interpret hazard maps, and learn the proper use of hydrometereological tools.

11. STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines science, technology, engineering and mathematics in an interdisciplinary and applied approach.

12. Under the track, you can become a pilot, an architect, an astrophysicist, a biologist, a chemist, an engineer, a dentist, a nutritionist, a nurse, a doctor, and a lot more. Those who are also interested in Marine Engineering should take this track.

12.1. Agriculture

12.1.1. For the people who love being outdoors, STEM is the track for you! You can get degrees varying from agricultural engineering, animal science, food technology, horticulture, forestry to veterinary medicine.

13. This strand will develop the students’ ability to evaluate simple to complex societal problems and be responsive and active in the formulation of its solution through the application and integration of scientific, technological, engineering, and mathematical concepts as it prepares them to pursue college degrees that focuses on the enigma of the natural world thereby leading them to become future scientists, technological analysts and experts, engineers, mathematicians, programmers, and the like.

14. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. STEM is important because it pervades every part of our lives. Science is everywhere in the world around us