Our STEM Program
Our institute has a strong is emphasis on STEM. Students enrolled in our program will enjoy a hands-on, interactive, and throughly engaging, curriculum. Our courses are designed to reach students at all grade levels. Students will experience activities that illustrate the real-life application of STEM while being introduced to the fundamental principles of engineering, robotics, biology and the physical sciences.
Our Stem concentrations
Students will learn these principles by building their own remote control cars, us and creating objects with legos or other raw materials (wheels, motors, etc.). The course is geared towards the children being creative with the materials provided to expand their thinking about what’s possible with the ultimate goal of inspiring academic pursuit.
Electrical Engineering: Electrical engineering is the design, building and maintenance of electrical control systems, machinery and equipment. night time stories, books read for fun, as well as books assigned in school.
Computer Science: computer science is the study of computer technology, both hardware and softwareed
Mechanism and structures is the study of the system of parts working together in a machine; a piece of machinery and typical structures.
Renewable energy: is the study of how to harness and maintain nergy from a source that is not depleted when used, such as wind or solar power.n tape, night time stories, books read for fun, as well as books assigned in school.
Biology: is the study of life and living organisms, including their physical structure, chemical processes, molecular interactions, physiological mechanisms, development and evolution.
Fabrication: the action or process of manufacturing or inventing something.
Pursuing a STEM major will allow you a wide variety of future opportunities after graduation. For example, pursuing an engineering major opens many doors; a graduate can seek a career in such diverse fields as chemical engineering, computer science, or environmental science. A meteorology major can seek work in a variety of venues – graduates may work in a research capacity for a private company, such as Boeing, while others may pursue work for a government entity such as NASA or NOAA. Some may choose to work in television broadcasting.
STEM careers are among the highest in initial compensation for recent graduates. According to the American Engineering Association , these graduates earn 87% more than the average salary of a non-STEM graduate. Specifically, the average starting salary for mechanical engineering graduates is $58,392 and computer scientists start, on average, at $61,205.