Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Division (STEM)

About the Division

Welcome to the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Division! We offer our students a variety of academic options to meet their unique educational, career and life goals. Whether you are looking for more immediate employment or plan on transferring to a four-year college or university, we have the programs and courses to match your interests and schedule.

The  STEM division offers a broad selection of degree and certificate programs in the following areas:

Health and Life Science

Rachel Mintell, Department Chair, 860-512-2721

Dental Assistant
Rosemary Ryan, Program Director, 860-512-2705

Health and Exercise Science
Linda Magee, Program Coordinator, 860-512-2718

Occupational Therapy Assistant
Donna Sweeney, Program Director, 860-512-2717

Radiation Therapy
Nora Uricchio, Program Director, 860-512-2730

Susan Morison, Program Director, 860-512-2708

Respiratory Care
Nancy LaRoche-Shovak, Program Director, 860-512-2714

Surgical Technology
Terry Kennedy, Program Director, 860-512-2734

At MCC, the general education knowledge areas are an integral part of every degree program. Many of the mathematics and science courses offered through the division may be used to satisfy students’ general education knowledge areas requirements.

Engineering, Technology and Physical Science

Michael Pence, Department Chair, 860-512-2727

Earth Science
Environmental Science
Ann Hadley, Program Coordinator, 860-512-2706

Engineering Science
Computer Science
Technology Programs
Steven Moore, Department Co-Chair, 860-512-2653
Ibtsam Mahfouz, Department Co-Chair, 860-512-2710


Kate Bella, Department Co-Chair, 860-512-2737
Myrta Groeneveld, Department Co-Chair, 860-512-2735

Precision Manufacturing

Precision Manufacturing
Mathew Spinelli , Director of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 860-512-2635

Whatever your plans, the entire MCC professional community—its faculty, staff and support areas—is committed to preparing our students to succeed in the classroom, in the workplace and in society.

CSMP Scholarship

MCC offers National Science Foundation Scholarships to qualified students enrolled in computer science, mathematics and physics programs.

These scholarships give academically talented but financially needy students the opportunity to complete an undergraduate degree in any of those programs. In addition to financial aid and academic and research opportunities, students receive additional benefits including mentoring, tutoring, invitations to social events, internships and assistance with job placement.

Scholarships provided through this program will pay up to $6,500 per year for up to two years. Students must be enrolled full-time.

Please visit for the most up-to-date and complete information about the CSMP scholarship program.