With research areas ranging from the study of invasive plants to gene discovery, and classes as diverse as virology and conservation biology, the biology faculty provide a challenging, research-based program that develops the biological skills and competencies necessary for students who may be entering the workforce or continuing their education in graduate or professional school.
The chemistry program offers a rigorous, nationally certified degree that prepares students for challenging and rewarding careers in industry or helps prepare students to continue their education in graduate school or professional school. Our research-based program allows students to work on individual research projects on topics ranging from nanotechnology to catalysis.
The engineering program is designed to prepare students with the technical knowledge and skills in engineering, mathematics, science and management to analyze and solve problems in today's team-oriented work environment.
Exercise and Sports Science
The Exercise and Sports Science program prepares students for a broad spectrum of exercise-related employment, as well as provides a foundation for students who pursue graduate opportunities in exercise/sports science.
The geology program offers coursework towards a minor, as well as in support of a science cognate. Faculty expertise ranges from mountain building processes to the mineral deposition in sand deposits along the Atlantic and Gulf coastal plains.
Applied Clinical Psychology
The Applied Clinical Psychology program provides graduate study and clinical experience that prepares students for careers in clinical and counseling settings and as a foundation for those interested in pursuing advanced graduate studies.
Mathematical and Computer Science
The Math and Computer Science program provides students with the essential backgrounds that open up many excellent career opportunities in finance, information technology, biotechnology, actuarial science, cryptography, education and statistics or to continue their education in graduate school in mathematics or computer science, with research areas ranging from pure mathematics to industrial mathematics and computer science.
The Psychology program degrees educate students in the knowledge, research techniques, and basic and applied perspectives of the various subfields of psychology in an individualized learning environment, with involvement in undergraduate research activities encouraged and supported. Graduates are prepared to pursue employment in many career areas, or to pursue post-baccalaureate graduate school degrees.