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80% of the fastest growing jobs are in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) and information technology (IT). Texas, alone, represents 10% of all future opportunities in the United States.
In Texas, we’re home to some of the biggest STEM-related employers, from Texas Instruments and Dell to Lockheed Martin and Chevron. And cities like Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio are considered hot markets for the industry.
Whether it’s computer programming, cybersecurity, engineering or geophysics, STEM and IT jobs are big in Texas. After all, everything is bigger in Texas.
Computer Information Technology
The Computer Information Technology (CIT) program prepares you for today’s constantly changing workplace with four separate career paths.
Start your education path in biology. Biologists study the structure, function, growth, origin, evolution and distribution of living organisms.
STEM-IT Additional Programs Include: Biochemistry, Computer Science, Cyber Security, Environmental Science, Information Technology, Interactive Simulation and Game Technology, Mathematics, and Renewable & Sustainable EnergyMore
Our program provides a broad-based educational experience that incorporates principles mechanical engineers will require in a robust field.
From our program students pursue water resource management, environmental assessment & consultation, petroleum production/exploration and fundamental research.
STEM-IT Additional Programs Include: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, PhysicsMore
Change the way people lead their lives. Study the design of a wide range of electrical and electronic devices that improve living for people everywhere.
Prepare for a career in software development, database administration, cell phone application development, computer network architecture, web development and more.
STEM-IT Additional Programs Include: Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Cybersecurity, Software EngineeringMore
Acquire the technical foundation for a career in computer science as a software developer, software engineer, system designers or web developer.
Computer Information Systems
Prepare for a career in computer information systems with a foundation in programming, database technology, data structures, computer networks and application program development.
STEM-IT Additional Programs Include: Chemistry, Construction Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Technology ManagementMore
Build a strong foundation of skills and knowledge to focus on a career in Database Administration, Software Development, Hardware and Robotics, or Information Architecture.
Informatics and Health Informatics
Prepare for careers in data science with four tracks of study allowing you to select from a variety of degree plans customized to your needs.
STEM-IT Additional Programs Include: Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, MathematicsMore
Opens doors to thousands of job opportunities in nearly every industry from software development, database administration and network administration, to health care and education.
Develop analytical thinking, critical reasoning and problem-solving skills that open doors to a broad range of highly paid jobs in research, computer programming, and engineering.
STEM-IT Additional Programs Include: Public Health, Biology, Communication & TechnologyMore
Prepares students to comple a balanced study of basic science and engineering topics, further complemented by humanities, to ensure that graduates are prepared to tackle tomorrow's challenges.
Promotes design experiences that culminates in a major team-oriented project in the senior year that approximates an industrial work experience.
STEM-IT Additional Programs Include: Architectural, Biomedical, Civil, Computer, Mechanical and Software Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental & Earth Science, Geology, Mathematics, Medical Technology, Microbiology, PhysicsMore