Study STEM at RCC
Complete courses and lab work online, earn transferable credits
It’s no secret that Boston is a hub for STEM industries. It’s also become proven fact that STEM jobs are some of the most lucrative: according to a recent study from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, “the national average wage for all STEM occupations was $87,570, nearly double the national average wage for non-STEM occupations ($45,700).”
At RCC, we take pride in preparing the next generation of leaders in STEM industries through rigorous and relevant coursework in a variety of programs, including biotechnology, engineering, biological sciences, and mathematics, to name a few.
Although RCC is offering all summer courses online, you can still enroll in science courses with lab components and earn fully-transferable credits. Labs are completed either through interactive online sessions or through lab kits. You can complete all coursework without leaving home or needing to come to campus—at RCC, your safety is a top priority.
The following science courses are being offered online, beginning on May 26, 2020:
SCI 103: Biology I (10 weeks)
SCI 106: Nutrition (10 weeks)
SCI 123: Principles of Chemistry I (10 weeks)
SCI 124: Principles of Chemistry II (10 weeks)
SCI 201: Anatomy and Physiology I (10 weeks)
SCI 202: Anatomy and Physiology II (10 weeks)
Ready to enroll? Visit www.rcc.mass.edu/summer20 to learn more and register. Or, you can contact our Enrollment Office at email@example.com or 857-701-1200 to speak with an admissions representative.
In addition to the for-credit courses listed above, RCC’s Center for Smart Building Technology is offering an online GPRO Operations & Maintenance Essentials course beginning on June 10th. This 3-day, fully online course deal for property managers and building staff in multifamily residential and high-rise commercial buildings, including: building superintendents, operators, facility and property managers, operating engineers and stationary engineers. Click here to learn more and register, or contact Executive Director Frank Mruk FAIA, RIBA at 857-701-1564 or fMruk@rcc.mass.edu for more information.
Be sure to check out our RCC Gazette magazine for the details about our STEM programs. Click HERE