About the College of STEM

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To transform STEM education from traditional to market driven. To prepare, educate and train our graduates to be competitive in the new economy and the newly established graduate programs.


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A STEM Complex will be created that includes a new science center, the Technology Center and the Davis Science Hall which will be remodeled to serve as the STEM Student Support Center. Academic programs will be offered through six market-driven centers:

  • The Center for renewable energy
  • The Center for Medical informatics
  • The Center for electronics and cyber security the center for robotics
  • The Center for Analytics
  • The Center for Bioinformatics

Funding and Details

The Center for Cyber Security, located in the Technology Center, is funded by a $400,000 congressionally- directed grant.

The Center for Robotics is partially funded by a grant from the Department of Defense. The other centers will be located in the New Science Center scheduled to open in 2015 with a ground breaking planned for October 2012. The new LEED Certified 63,000 square-foot center will be the largest building on campus.