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The Bridges to STEM Careers (BSC) program, with funding from the National Science Foundation, hosted its annual STEM Challenge on April 9th, 2016 in the Student Services Building at UHCL. 21 teams made up of 70 students participated in the competition at two levels: beginner and advanced. Winners and participants won prizes including scholarships, internships, quadcopters and various other gifts.

STEM Challenge 2016 was sponsored by Flow-Cal Inc., Esyntaxis and AtLink Communications Inc. Breakfast was generously donated by Panera Bread. Lunch was provided at a concession rate by Freebirds Inc. Additional support was provided by various other companies and restaurants in the community. Faculty members from community colleges, high schools and UHCL participated actively and served as judges, mentors and in various other capacities. Industry representatives from Flow-Cal, AtLink and SAIC also served as judges.

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Find out more about The Bridges To STEM Careers(BSC) Program

Bayou Science and Mathematics Colloquium & Delta Computing and Engineering Colloquium for Spring 2016

Hosted by the School of Science & Computer Engineering

Upcoming SCE Colloquium Series in Spring 2016 Click here for more Information..

Pre-Engineering Program

By enrolling in a pre-engineering program at UHCL, student will have the opportunity to explore five different engineering degree paths at an affordable cost. It's a great way to test the waters of an engineering degree, before fully committing to the major. Throughout the program, students will be immersed in the physics, chemistry, mathematics and computer science instruction they need to be prepared for a future in engineering. While in Pre-Engineering, students will also enroll in typical university core curriculum and foundational curriculum courses. After completing the coursework, student may apply for admission to the University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering upon satisfaction of UH transfer admission standards. These students may also retain the option to stay at UHCL, and obtain an Engineering degree from UHCL or transfer to any other university in the country.

However, because engineering may be an extremely challenging course of study to some students, these students may determine that it is not an appropriate choice. Therefore, advisors will assist these students in finding a course of study that is best suited to their unique talents and interests. The ultimate priority is for every student to graduate successfully from a best-fit major.

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Dual Degree Program (DDP)
Dual Degree Program (DDP)

In response to today’s global work environment Engineering Management (EMGT) program at the University of Houston-Clear Lake (UHCL) and Warsaw University of Technology (WUT) in Poland announced that they have agreed to launch a 1+1 Dual Degree Program (DDP) in the fall of 2013. Students may concurrently earn a Master of Science in Engineering Management in UHCL and earn a Master of Science in Management and Production Engineering in WUT.
The purpose of the proposed dual degree program is to:
  • provide students with an opportunity to earn both degrees (USA and European Union) during two years – one year at home institution and another year at hosting institution,
  • provide access to quality education in internationals environment

Participating students are required to successfully complete their first year studies at their home institution and their second year studies including thesis at the hosting institution to be awarded two MS degrees.

The Dual Degree program creates a win-win effect for both institutions. Students in both institutions have an opportunity to obtain two MS degrees with reduced time and cost, and UHCL will benefit from its increased diversity of the student population. For detailed information about this program, please contact Dr. Young Jeong, the program chair of Engineering Management program at UHCL at jeongk@uhcl.edu



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