Gain strong problem solving, technological and numeracy skills sought after by employers in NIC’s university transferrable STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) courses.
Whether you see yourself behind a desk working on high-level design, in a lab conducting experiments or solving problems on the workshop floor, you will graduate with a broad skill set for career and academic success.
Develop in-demand STEM skills and graduate with an NIC credential.
Create your own custom transfer plan with NIC’s wide range of science, technology, engineering and math courses that are transferable to universities across BC. Learn more about university studies or explore the subjects below:
STEM students may be interested in programs exploring computer programming for web and mobile, including: