Date of publication: 2017-09-04 06:52
Departmental curricula leading to the bachelor’s degree include actuarial sciences, biomedical sciences, biochemistry, chemistry, clinical laboratory and medical sciences, geography, geology, microbiology, molecular biology, marine biology, mathematics, applied mathematics, organismal biology, and physics.
This curriculum is primarily for freshmen who have not decided on a specific major field of study and for transfer students having deficiencies which preclude their acceptance in a degree program. Freshmen entering this curriculum must declare a major by the end of their first year. Transfer students must complete a specific approved program to clear their admission to a major field of study.
THE COLLEGE OF SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS provides programs in the physical sciences, life sciences, and mathematics at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The college also offers scientific and mathematical service courses for students enrolled in all of the other colleges and schools. The college includes the departments of Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Geosciences, Mathematics and Statistics, and Physics. The Arboretum and the Leach Science Center are also included in the College of Sciences and Mathematics.
Master of science and doctor of philosophy degrees are offered in the College of Sciences and Mathematics. Degree programs are described in this Bulletin.