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STEM and Applied Sciences Exploratory Area


Do you like to understand how and why things work? Are you interested in developing innovative solutions to issues in fields like science, engineering and agriculture? The STEM Exploratory Area is for students whose natural strengths are in math and science and who want to be part of a constantly changing society.



Here are some majors you may want to consider exploring:
This is a list of courses that students can choose from to help explore the STEM Exploratory Area. It is always important to conuslt with an academic advisor before choosing which course might best fit your interests.

 
INTRODUCTORY COURSES:

  • ABEN 110     Intro to Ag. & Biosystems Engineering
  • ANSC 114     Intro to Animal Sciences
  • ANSC 150     Animal Science Orientation
  • ANSC 210     Intro to Therapeutic Horsemanship
  • ANSC 260     Intro to Equine Studies
  • ASM 115       Fundamentals of Ag. Systems Management
  • CE 111          Intro to Civil Engineering
  • CFS 210        Intro to Food Science & Technology
  • CME 111       Intro to Construction Management & Engineering
  • ECE 111        Intro to Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • ENGR 111     Intro to Engineering
  • IME 111        Intro to Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering
  • NRM 150       Natural Resource Management Orientation
  • SOIL 210      Intro to Soil Science
  • VETS 150      Intro to Veterinary Profession

FOUNDATION COURSES:

  • AGRI 150      Agriculture Orientation
  • BIOL 150      General Biology I
  • CHEM 121    General Chemistry I
  • CSCI 160      Computer Science I
  • GEOL 105     Physical Geology 
  • MATH 103     College Algebra
  • MATH 105     Trigonometry
  • MATH 165     Calculus I
  • ME 212         Fund. of Visual Communication for Engineers
  • MICR 202      Intro Microbiology
  • PLSC 110      World Food Crops
  • VETS 115      Medical Terminology for the Paraprofessional
Would you like more information regarding the majors in the STEM Exploratory Area?

 

Contact Kevin Kettner, Academic Advisor
Kevin.Kettner@ndsu.edu
701-231-5903

 

 


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