Division of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
Dr. Angelica M. Fuentes

Welcome to the Division of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) at Texas Southmost College. Dedicated faculty and staff are ready to serve you and prepare you for your future goals. The Division of STEM offers a variety of academic, technical, and certificate programs in Architecture, Computer Science, Technology, Sciences, Computer Information Systems, Computer Web Development and Computer-Aided Drafting. Our mission is guided by our commitment to provide high-quality instruction and learning opportunities for all our students, whether they aim to transfer to a four-year university, enter or advance in the workforce, or simply enrich their lives. The Division of STEM is committed to providing a learner-centered, service-oriented environment that celebrates diversity and inclusion, as well as facilitate growth and development. The Division of STEM is dedicated to foster social responsibility, critical thinking, communication, and innovation, as well as empower and engage students, faculty, and staff to achieve personal and professional goals.

I encourage you to explore our STEM programs available at TSC. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me directly.

Angelica M. Fuentes, Ph.D.
Dean of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
South Hall 246
T: (956) 295-3375
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Statement of Purpose: Provide learning opportunities for students of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
STEM Division Goals/Objectives:

  1. Pathways: Create multiple paths for STEM students by providing high-quality instruction and dynamic curricula in STEM areas for the purpose of graduation, academic transfer, employment and other educational goals.
  2. Success: Enrich student learning by continuously improving instruction in STEM programs to meet the needs of the community.
  3. Community Engagement: Promote outreach efforts to enhance learning opportunities in the STEM areas.
  4. Institutional Effectiveness: Enhance STEM academic programs by focusing on continuous improvement that is grounded in evidence-based assessment plans with an emphasis on teaching and program outcomes.
Last Updated on Saturday, 01 August 2015 14:07