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2023-2024 General Catalog 
2023-2024 General Catalog

Division of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

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Building E, Room 129

Building B, Room 148

Technical Education and Engineering
Building L, Room 211

Mission of the Division of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

The mission of the Division of  Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics is to provide quality educational opportunities in four discipline areas. In the area of technology, students will learn innovative techniques and upcoming trends in computer systems, programming, networking, and security. The discipline of engineering will provide students with a foundation to design and build solutions for the problems of tomorrow. In the concentration for mathematics, students will increase their quantitative understanding of concepts relevant to their area of study. Energy, construction, welding, and engineering technologies relate theoretical concepts to the actual production of goods and services using technologically advanced equipment and processes. All discipline areas strive to align

Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Technology (CAMET)

Location: Building L

CAMET Objective

The objective of the CAMET team is to provide High Quality Training Services focused on employee development and improving our customer’s productivity, enhancing employee job satisfaction and enabling growth.  These training services are primarily focused on technical development but also include personal and professional development. 

Note: This initiative is funded through an LED grant intended to improve training capabilities and help stimulate growth for Industry in the local area.


  1. Students that are looking to improve their employable skills and capabilities in order to access new opportunities for employment and advancement.
  2. Our target Industrial customer base are Manufacturing, Technology and General Industry (including warehousing and logistics) clients.  We will leverage existing course content and materials and customize it to accommodate the specific need.  This may entail site training or on-line training and using the BPCC campus CAMET facility as hands-on and additional training.


  1. Pre-employment training for Industrial Employment
  2. On-line Technical Training tailored to specific needs
  3. On-site or on campus Labs for Hands-on skill enhancement
  4. Customized Solutions for Employers
  5. Professional Development for technicians, engineers, supervisors and managers

Value Impact

  • Improvement of potential student population for technical training
  • Enhancement of employee skills leading to higher wages
  • Service to Local Businesses to enhance productivity and reduce turnover
  • Improvement of the local business capabilities (expansion)
  • Attraction of additional business to the area


  • Manufacturer Managers Council (MMC)
  • Louisiana Economic Development (LED)
  • Manufacturing Extension Partnership of Louisiana (MEPOL)
  • North Louisiana Economic Partnership (NLEP)
  • Local businesses and professional organizations (GBCofC, GBDEF)

Find out more information call 318-678-6255.     


Joseph Brownlee



Tara Breeland-Southam
Ty Bryan, Assistant Dean
Donna Densmore
Cammie Emroy
Deanna Hardy, Math Coordinator
Roishene Johnson
Charles Reed 

Associate Professors

Jamie Adams
Dr. Addie Hinze
Danny Hoston
Jennifer Igo
Lamont Lackman, Program Director, Industrial Engineering Technology - Industrial Maintenance & Engineering Graphics, Contractor’s Educational Trust Fund Endowed Professorship
Dr. June Schneider, Program Director, Engineering
Frank Viviano
Sarah Voss

Assistant Professors

Rachel Basco
Natalie Hendrix
Jennifer McCoy, Program Director, Computer Information Systems
Lindsay Small
Steven Turner

Assistant Master Instructor

Marilyn Presley


Joey Blackmon
Randell Caskey
​Bradley Corley
Cecilia Frett
Lucas Guy
Mark Harner, Program Director, Industrial Engineering Technology- Automation and Controls
Tracy Lee
Ronnie Lester
James Mashburn
Kerry McNamara
Dennie McKnight, Program Director, Electrician Technology (Sabine Valley)
Gabriel Powell
Tommy (Heath) Stevenson, Program Director, Advanced Welding

Emily Henry, Coordinator
Stephanie Jackson, Program Support Coordinator
Gordon Marshall, Project Director (CAMET)
Tonia Sharp, Administrative Coordinator III
Guy Stutes, Shop Manager
Joshua Wheat, Project Developer


    Associate of Applied ScienceAssociate of ScienceAssociate of Science Louisiana TransferTechnical DiplomaCertificate of Technical StudiesCareer and Technical Certificate

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