Math, Science & Engineering
Do The Math!
If you’re looking for a rewarding and challenging career in any number of industries, SMCC encourages you to “do the math”—and explore our Mathematics, Science and Engineering (MSE) offerings.
We’ll teach you theory and laboratory techniques as you work toward your degree, retrain or upgrade your skills, or simply expand your personal horizons.
Our faculty of dedicated professionals will provide you with the finest educational experiences available, whether you’re seeking to transfer, get an Associate’s degree, or just expand your own horizons.
See for yourself—it all adds up!
What kinds of jobs do Math, Science and Engineering courses and degrees prepare you for?
More than you can count!
More and more, employers are seeking individuals with critical thinking skills who can adapt to a wide variety of situations.
Graduates in math, science and engineering are prepared to do just this, and can work in many career fields…..such as computer science, engineering, actuarial science, education, business, finance and the natural sciences, and many, many more.
- Quality Control Manager
- BioTech Processing Assistant
- Technical Director
- Math Teacher
- Senior Financial Analyst
- Financial Representative
- Aerospace Technical Staff
- Research Scientist
Our MSE students regularly take part in events around the Phoenix area to use their newly acquired skills to compete against other students.
Twice a year, SMCC holds “Be An Engineer” Day, in which students set up shop inside and outside the Student Union, using demonstrations and contests to illustrate the fundamental principles of engineering.
Summer Bioscience Camps are held each June, to immerse area high school students in the basic biology principles and new technologies in the field of bioscience.
Our summer Math STAR camp is designed to prepare incoming students for their pre-college math placement tests.
And astronomy students periodically hold evening “stargazing” events at SMCC’s mini-observatory, located just outside the SMCC Physical Science buildings.