South Louisiana Community College’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), Transportation and Energy Division is a vital part of higher education learning in Acadiana and Louisiana. Our division produces graduates that work in a variety of industries such as aviation, oil & gas, alternative energy, and more.
Meet the Dean
Our division strives to enhance the SLCC mission by “providing education and workforce training through flexible instructional systems while serving the larger community through service and career skills development for a global economy.” We offer various certificates of technical studies (CTS), technical diplomas (TD), associates of applied science (AAS) and associates of science (AS) degrees at SLCC. We welcome you to explore our website for more information about our programs and our college. If there are specific questions about our division, please let me know.
Check out our majors and curriculum plans in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), Transportation and Energy Division for the 2017-2018 academic year below. If you are a current student and need to access a curriculum plan from the 2016-2017 academic year, click here.
Aviation Maintenance Technology
** Please note – This program is at Acadiana Regional Airport, 118 Shepard Drive, Lafayette, Louisiana 70508.
Civil, Surveying and Mapping
Industrial Electronics Technology
Nondestructive Testing Technology