Pre-Engineering, Digital Design & Emergent Media,
Computational Thinking & Computer Science, Biomedical Sciences
The open-source curricula for the LSU STEM Pathway courses first took shape at Lee Magnet High School in Baton Rouge (Lee MHS) in collaboration with LSU faculty. In addition to taking courses in the four “core” subject areas—English language arts, math, science, and social studies—all students at Lee MHS take LSU STEM pathways courses in one of the following four Lee Academies: (1) Pre-Engineering, (2) Digital Media & Arts, (3) Computational Thinking & Computer Science, and (4) Biomedical Sciences.
The statewide rollout of the LSU STEM Certification Pathways is a joint effort of the Louisiana Department of Education, Lee MHS, and faculty from Louisiana State University’s Gordon A. Cain Center for STEM Literacy, College of Engineering, College of Science, School of Art, School of Music, and the LSU Center for Computation & Technology.
For more information, see PathwayDescriptionMay2018.pdf