Natural Sciences Department

A multidisciplinary group with programs in biology, chemistry, physics, geology and geography, our curriculum focuses on using scientific inquiry as a way of knowing and applying scientific knowledge to societal issues of local, regional, and global importance. Our faculty has diverse teaching and research experiences that afford students research opportunities in the field and laboratory.

PROGRAM
LOCATION
TYPE
4-YEAR
PATHWAY SAMPLE
DEGREE
PLANNING SHEET
Aerospace Studies and Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies and Air Force ROTC
Minor
 
 
PROGRAM:
Aerospace Studies and Air Force ROTC
TYPE:
Minor
PROGRAM:
Associate of Science - Pre-Engineering Emphasis
LOCATION:
PROGRAM:
Biology
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major/Minor
4-YEAR PATHWAY SAMPLE:
MAJOR PLANNING SHEET:
MINOR PLANNING SHEET:
PROGRAM:
Cell/Molecular Biology
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Focus of Biology
PROGRAM:
Chemistry
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major/Minor
4-YEAR PATHWAY SAMPLE:
MAJOR PLANNING SHEET:
MINOR PLANNING SHEET:
PROGRAM:
Ecology, Aquatic Biology, and Fishery Sciences
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Focus of Biology
PROGRAM:
Environmental Science
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major
PROGRAM:
Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Applied
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Minor
PROGRAM:
Plant Sciences
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Focus of Biology
PROGRAM:
Pre-Medicine/Pre-Health Professional Programs
LOCATION:

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