Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Applications is an innovative instructional program that prepares students to engage in future academic and vocational courses of study in high school, community college, and institutions of higher learning. Students in STEM Applications complete study in technology literacy, the design process, emerging technologies, computer-aided design, sustainable design and technology, power and energy, robotics simulation, financial and economic literacy, and workplace skills for the 21st century. The STEM Applications curriculum framework is built upon 21st Century Skills Standards, ACT College Readiness Standards, and the National Educational Technology Standards for Students.

Program Components

  • Orientation and Ethics 5 hrs
  • Technology Literacy 5 hrs
  • The Design Process 5 hrs
  • Emerging Technologies (ongoing) 5 hrs
  • Computer Aided Design 25 hrs
  • Sustainable Design and Technology 10 hrs
  • Power and Energy 25 hrs
  • Robotics Simulation 10 hrs
  • Financial and Economic Literacy 20 hrs
  • Workplace Skills: School to Careers 10 hrs
    Total 120 hrs

Credits: 1

Mr. Bullock, Teacher
Teaching in New Albany since 2006

Mr. Bullock is a graduate of New Albany High School. He graduated from Northeast Mississippi Community College with an Associate Degree in Business. Mr. Bullock graduated from the University of Mississippi with a Bachelors Degree in Social Studies Secondary Education . He is married to Christy Whiteside Bullock who is a Nurse for Baptist Hospital New Albany . They have one son Max who was born Aug 26, 2010.

Admission Requirements
Freshman students are eligible to participate in this program.

Student Organization
TSA - Technology Student Association