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STEM 101 STEM to Stern Cohort - I • 2 Cr.

STEM 101 is the first course in the STEM to Stern cohort sequence, designed for students pursuing science, technology, engineering, or math studies. Students learn STEM-specific strategies for academic success, explore STEM career options, craft a strengths-based professional resume, network directly with professionals in their fields of interest, and identify resources and hands-on learning experiences that can help them be successful as students and as STEM professionals. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.

STEM 102 STEM to Stern Cohort - II • 2 Cr.

STEM 102 is the second course in the STEM to Stern cohort sequence. Students utilize specific STEM-related learning strategies and problem-solving skills, practice representing their skills in mock interviews, meet with mentors in their fields of interest, use basic research design principles, and apply for hands-on STEM learning opportunities. Prerequisite: STEM 101 or permission of instructor.

STEM 103 STEM to Stern Cohort - III • 2 Cr.

STEM 103 is the third course in the STEM to Stern cohort sequence. Students develop new STEM-related problem-solving strategies, meet with STEM professionals to learn about their research projects, work in teams to create research project ideas, create experiential learning plans, and apply for experiential learning opportunities. Prerequisite: STEM 102 or permission of instructor.

STEM 201 STEM to Stern Cohort - IV • 1 Cr.

STEM 201 is the fourth course in the STEM to Stern cohort sequence. Students research the transfer process, investigate STEM opportunities like internships and undergraduate research, and analyze and draft the sorts of personal statements required by transfer programs and in order to be selected for STEM opportunities. They craft research project pitches and select project teams. Prerequisite: STEM 103 or permission of instructor.

STEM 202 STEM to Stern Cohort - V • 1 Cr.

STEM 202 is the fifth course in the STEM to Stern cohort sequence. Students continue to research the transfer process and create and revise personal statements. They work in teams using agile project management techniques to plan, draft, and revise a project proposal and begin work on that project. Prerequisite: STEM 201 or permission of instructor.

STEM 203 STEM to Stern Cohort - VI • 1 Cr.

STEM 203 is the sixth course in the STEM to Stern cohort sequence. Students network with STEM professionals and keep seeking STEM opportunities. They work in teams using agile project management techniques to complete their projects, develop presentation skills, and create a culminating presentation about their projects. Prerequisite: STEM 202 or permission of instructor.