Prepare for an interdisciplinary career in STEM fields

What is a STEM degree?

Undergraduate and graduate degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics have been growing in popularity over the last decade. In-demand disciplines in STEM include biological sciences, computer sciences, engineering, physical sciences, psychology, statistics and more. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, occupations in STEM fields are expected to grow to more than 10 million between 2020 and 2030. These lucrative career opportunities have a median annual wage of $89,780 as of 2020.

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Explore STEM degrees

Our online degree and certificate programs in STEM fields take an interdisciplinary approach to learning, so you’ll develop transferable skills across subjects through experimentation, trial and error. You’ll have the flexibility to pursue multiple career paths and be well positioned to make a positive impact on society. Browse some of our undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs offered 100% online that’ll prepare you for the fast-paced world of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

What can I do with a STEM degree?
STEM skills
  • Analytical expertise.
  • Critical and systematic assessment.
  • Data-driven decision-making.
  • Engineering and design thinking.
  • Intellectual curiosity and logical reasoning.
  • Theoretical knowledge.
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Jobs in STEM
  • Engineer.
  • IT manager.
  • Mathematician or statistician.
  • Medical and health services manager.
  • Research analyst.
  • Web developer.
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Accredited STEM degrees from a respected institution

Arizona State University continuously strives to advance education and contribute to the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. U.S. News & World Report has ranked ASU No. 1 in the nation for innovation for seven consecutive years. ASU also continues to announce new degree programs in emerging fields, such as the bachelor’s degree in technological leadership. At ASU, you’ll feel empowered with success coaching, time management tools, technical resources, high-quality classes and more.

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Online Master of Science in Addiction Psychology

The master’s in addiction psychology program pairs state-of-the-art research from internationally-recognized experts in addictions with clinical expertise from licensed psychologists and licensed addiction counselors with decades of experience providing addiction treatment. This combination of research and clinical expertise distinguishes this program from other addictions programs, giving program graduates a leg up in the field.

Online Bachelor of Science in Physics

ASU is the first university to offer an online bachelor’s in physics with advanced laboratory coursework, which is vital for developing experimental skills. Our upper-division laboratory courses are designed to offer the same challenges that in-person students confront. You’ll have the opportunity to work with electronic kits at home and interact with simulated experiments online, handling equipment alignment protocols and noisy data.

Online Master of Science in Biological Data Science

The analysis of big data in biological sciences can be applied to answer a wide variety of scientific questions. In this program, you’ll learn how to manipulate big data, including the management and analysis of it, using statistical and computational toolsets. In addition to learning to work with big data, you’ll also be taught about efficient storage and access to it, making this program unique from other data science master’s programs.

Online Graduate Certificate in Computational Life Science

A computational life sciences graduate certificate focuses on using data to understand biological systems and relationships. Big data can be a challenge for many students and this certificate aims to fill that gap.

New and diverse data types are emerging in the life sciences. After completing this certificate, you’ll understand these new life sciences data formats, be able to discuss the ethical implications of biological data, and apply computational tools to life sciences data.

Online Bachelor of Science in Applied Biological Sciences – Preveterinary Medicine

Preveterinary medicine is an undergraduate degree concentration that prepares students for admission to veterinary school and a career in veterinary medicine or animal science.

At Arizona State University, our preveterinary medicine program is a concentration in our applied biological sciences degree. The program’s coursework provides a strong foundation in biology, chemistry, physics, math and animal science. It also offers specialized courses in veterinary medicine and opportunities to gain clinical hours or animal experience through internships and study abroad programs.

Online Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences – Genetics, Cell and Developmental Biology

This exciting online bachelor’s degree in biological sciences is the first of its kind to integrate three related areas of life science research: genetics, cell and developmental biology. Genetics is the study of genes and the science of heredity, or traits passed down from one generation to the next. Cell biology is the study of cells – the smallest units of life – and their structures and functions. Cell biology is important because it explains how all living things, including people, animals and plants, live.