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    Owens Community College
  Feb 18, 2018
2017-18 Undergraduate Catalog

School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)

Glenn A. Rettig,  Dean

(567) 661-7457




The School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) will prepare you for a career in any one of a number of careers that are in demand. The workplace needs skilled, creative, problem-solving technicians, and the School of STEM will prepare you for a successful career in the field that interests you most. Whatever technology you choose to pursue, you will find that your instructors are dedicated to your success.

Many technology courses have labs that provide you with the hands-on experience that employers are looking for. And if you’re planning to continue your education at a 4-year college, our dedicated advisors can help you determine the most seamless pathway to help you achieve your goals.

A degree or certificate in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math will provide you with the tools you need for a successful and challenging career. Your future starts today, and the School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math will help you achieve your goals.

Findlay students may have to travel to the Toledo-area campus on occasion to make use of special facilities, or to take more specialized classes.   Students may also have to take some classes online or in a hybrid format to complete their program of choice.  These situations may be minimized and/or managed through proactive planning and regular interaction with the student’s advisor.

Successful completion of a program of study at the College does not guarantee licensure, certification, employment in relevant occupation, or transferability/admission to other educational institutions or programs.


Department of Applied Engineering and Industrial Technology

Terrence J. Katschke, Chair

(567) 661-7164



Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Technologies

Diana L. Stachowiak, Chair

(567) 661-7456



Department of Life and Natural Sciences

Majid A. Sawtarie, Chair

(567) 661-7771




Department of Mathematics

Michelle A. Younker, Chair

(567) 661-2640




Department of Transportation Technologies

Tracy A. Campbell, Chair

(567) 661-7136



Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship Training

Robert Kraus, Interim Executive Director, Workforce and Training

(567) 661-7742 or (567) 661-7449