The College of Science offers a variety of baccalaureate and advanced degree programs for those who wish to pursue careers as professional scientists, as well as for those who wish to pursue professional schools (medicine, law, business), careers in industry, or other technical endeavors for which a science background is important. Additional information on these programs is available through the individual department websites:
- Biology Undergraduate, Biology Graduate
- Chemistry Undergraduate, Chemistry Graduate
- Mathematics Undergraduate, Mathematics Graduate
- Physics & Astronomy Undergraduate (PDF), Physics & Astronomy Graduate (PDF)
There are several cross-disciplinary programs with at least a partial emphasis on science:
- Masters of Science Degree for Secondary School Teachers (MSSST)
The MSSST degree is administered through the college and is tailored specifically for certified secondary school teachers in mathematics and science. This program aims to help practicing teachers acquire a deeper and broader science background.
- Professional Masters of Science and Technology (PMST)
The PMST degree is a professional, non-thesis, interdisciplinary program that combines graduate studies in science and mathematics with skills from other professional domains, such as business, communication and management.
- Masters of Science in Computational Engineering and Science (CES)
The CES degree is an interdisciplinary program that provides experience in the computational solution of scientific or engineering problems, including an understanding of the scientific context of the problem, the mathematical modeling of the problem, the choice of mathematical and numerical methodology, the selection of computer architecture and algorithms, and the visual and/or statistical rendering of computational results.