Be an innovator at Clackamas Community College
If you enjoy asking big questions, recognizing patterns, studying forms and designs - or solving challenging problems - a career in STEM might be for you!
Stimulate your curiosity and creativity in our state-of-the-art science and technology facilities, with small class sizes and devoted faculty. Whether you're looking to build your skills in computer science, biology or engineering, CCC immerses students in real-world learning and the latest STEM research.
A STEM education at CCC can lead to many in-demand, high-paying jobs. Explore degrees and transfer opportunities today!
Associate of Science (AS) and Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degrees - Two Years to Complete
Certificate Programs - One Year to Complete
Transfer to a four-year university
There are transfer opportunities for STEM disciplines at all Oregon public universities and many private universities. CCC also offers dual enrollment opportunities with our transfer university partners.
Get Started in STEM
You don't have to have your career goals figured out yet. Start with foundations like the Exploring STEM class and see where a Clackamas Community College education in STEM can take you.
Apply and Get Started at CCC
It only takes a few steps to apply to CCC, apply for financial aid and get started on your path to academic success.
Begin with courses that will help you reach your academic and career goals
Whether you have a career in mind or are just starting to explore your interest in STEM fields, you can save time and money by starting with courses that can take you anywhere. Create a strong foundation for any STEM program or a transfer degree at Clackamas Community College by starting with the courses below.
|Beginning Courses||Terms Typically Offered In||Credits|
|FYE-101, First-Year Experience Level I||Fall, winter, spring, summer||2|
|EFA-101S, Introduction to STEM||Fall||2|
|WR-121, English Composition||Fall, winter, spring, summer||4|
|MTH-111, College Algebra or Math based on advising placement||Fall, winter, spring, summer (MTH-111)||4-5|