College of Sciences promotes education and research to increase scientific literacy among the community, especially members traditionally underrepresented in the sciences. The college is committed to ensuring that all students receive the encouragement, assistance, and superior quality educational experience they need to succeed in the sciences, academia, and other ventures.
Undergraduate: 11 majors and 6 minors
Graduate: 14 degree programs
7 departments and programs:
Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Geological Sciences, Mathematics, Physics & Astronomy
130 tenure and tenure-track faculty