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STEM von Mind Map: STEM

1. The need All young people should be prepared to think deeply and to think well so that they have the chance to become the innovators, educators, researchers, and leaders who can solve the most pressing challenges facing our nation and our world, both today and tomorrow. But, right now, not enough of our youth have access to quality STEM learning opportunities and too few students see these disciplines as springboards for their careers.

2. The goals President Obama has articulated a clear priority for STEM education: within a decade, American students must "move from the middle to the top of the pack in science and math." The Obama Administration also is working toward the goal of fairness between places, where an equitable distribution of quality STEM learning opportunities and talented teachers can ensure that all students have the chance to study and be inspired by science, technology, engineering, and math—and have the chance to reach their full potential

3. The plan The Committee on STEM Education (CoSTEM), comprised of 13 agencies—including all of the mission-science agencies and the Department of Education—are facilitating a cohesive national strategy, with new and repurposed funds, to increase the impact of federal investments in five areas: 1.) improving STEM instruction in preschool through 12th grade; 2.) increasing and sustaining public and youth engagement with STEM; 3.) improving the STEM experience for undergraduate students; 4.) better serving groups historically underrepresented in STEM fields; and 5.) designing graduate education for tomorrow's STEM.

4. The difference of the STEM curriculum with the other strands and tracks is the focus on advanced concepts and topics.

5. Related courses in college Bachelor of Science Courses – Environmental Science (BSES) – Geology (BS Geology) – Molecular Biology (BS Molecular Biology) – Physics (BS Physics) – Applied Physics (BS Applied Physics) – Chemistry (BS Chemistry) – Food Technology (BS Food Technology) – Nutrition and Dietetics (BS Nutrition and Dietetics) – Medical Technology (BS Med Tech) – Midwifery (BS Midwifery) – Nursing (BSN) – Occupational Therapy (BSOT) – Pharmacy (BS Pharmacy) – Radiologic Technology (BS Rad Tech) – Respiratory Therapy (BSRT) – Speech-Language Pathology Technology Bachelor of Science Courses – Computer Science (BSCS) – Information Technology (BSIT) – Information Systems (BSIS) Engineering Bachelor of Science Courses – Aeronautical Engineering (BS AeroE) – Ceramic Engineering (BSCerE) – Chemical Engineering (BSChE) – Civil engineering (BSCE) – Computer Engineering (BSCpE) – Electrical Engineering (BSEE) – Electronics and Communications Engineering (BSECE) – Geodetic Engineering (BSGE) – Geological Engineering (BSGeoE) – Industrial Engineering (BSIE) – Marine Engineering (BSMarE) – Materials Engineering (BSMatE) – Mechanical Engineering (BSME) – Metallurgical Engineering (BSMetE) – Mining Engineering (BSEM) – Petroleum Engineering (BSPetE) – Sanitary Engineering (BSSE) – Marine Transportation (BSMT) Mathematics Bachelor of Science Courses – Mathematics (BS Mathematics) – Applied Mathematics (BS Applied Mathematics) – Statistics (BS Stat)

6. Specialize subject General biology 1 and 2 General physics 1 and 2 General chemistry 1 and 2 Pre- Calculus Basic calculus