Our goal is to prepare our students for the rigors of a university engineering program.
Engineering & Computer Science Faculty
Engineering, Computer Science and all STEM Fields
Patricia Dueck has been an advisor for STEM since 2005. She holds a Masters of Science in Mathematics from NAU and teaches some of the mathematics courses needed for Engineering and Computer Science Majors. Fall 2015, she can be found in the advisement center Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM. Drop by and get your education plan completed today! Courses Taught: MAT 082, 092, 122, 150, 182, 187, 220, 230, 240, 276, 212
Engineering, Computer Science
Robert Pham received the B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering from the Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, in 2010 and 2013, respectively. He has conducted research on behalf of NMSU, TTUHSC, and Johns Hopkins APL. Courses Taught: MAT 091, ECE 102, ECE 103, CSC 120
Cody Anderson studied Environmental Engineering (B.S.E., 2011) and Hydrosystems Engineering (M.S., 2013) at Arizona State University. In 2014, Cody helped lay the foundations for the engineering program at SCC. His passion is providing future engineers the skills needed to solve a problem and communicate the solution, and the heart for serving others with their work. Courses Taught: ECE102, ECE103, ECE211/212 MAT120, MAT082
Bill Johnson holds BS, MS and PhD degrees from Northwestern University. He worked 35+ years in industry, specializing in microelectronics research. He worked at AT&T Bell Labs, IBM Yorktown Research, Motorola, and Los Alamos National Laboratories. Bill founded the SCC Robotics Program. There are two thrusts for this program:
- an Outreach Program in which SCC students teach robotics to kids at local schools and other organizations;
- an SCC team that participates at various robotics competitions.