Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)
Greetings from the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) division. You’ll find a wide and interesting array of programs and courses designed to help you find success in the career of your choice.
The STEM division’s main office can be found in the Caperton Center for Applied Technology (CCAT). Here, we present courses and labs in Computer Science, Computer and Information Technology and 3D Modeling and Simulation Design.
Presently, we are working with architects and designers to create a new Science Laboratory that will be situated near the CCAT and ATC, providing you state-of-the-art laboratories and equipment for Chemistry, Biology, Physical Science, Anatomy and Physiology, Astronomy, and Geology. These courses help support various programs at WVU Parkersburg and also serve to prepare students in professions in medicine, the sciences, research, and engineering.
As you can see, many opportunities await you in our division. Stop by to look around or speak to a program advisor to help find what you’re looking for.
Why WVU Parkersburg?
The Science and Technology Division at WVU Parkersburg prides itself in offering you programs aligned to the workplace. The selection of skills and knowledge we provide you are guided by industry-recognized assessments and certifications. When you leave one of our programs, you not only receive a college credential, but also certifications that are recognized nationwide by employers in your field of study. Examples include: CISCO, NCCER, ADDA, NATE, MCP, A+, WV Apprentice Electrician Licensure, and OSHA cards. Additionally, our programs and assessments are designed to prepare you for other national certifications, such as NABCEP, BPI, CCNA and CCNP.
Programs of Study
Associate of Applied Science Degrees
Bachelor of Applied Technology Degrees