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School of Science, Engineering and Math Programs

Bachelor of Science in the following areas:

Biology
Chemistry
Computer Engineering
Computer Information Systems
Computer Science
Integrated Environmental Science
Mathematics

MINORS

Minors in the following areas in conjunction with the Bachelor of Science degree:

Biology
Chemistry
Computer Information Systems
Computer Science
Integrated Environmental Sciences
Mathematics
Physics



PRE-PROFESSIONAL

The School of Science, Engineering and Mathematics offers courses which are required for entrance into medical, dental, and other professional schools which require a background in science.  The SSEM also offers activities and experiences which may enhance the student’s acceptance into graduate or professional schools.

Training in the following areas in conjunction with a bachelor's degree:

Pre-Chiropractic
Pre-Dentistry
Pre-Engineering
Pre-Medicine
Pre-Optometry
Pre-Pharmacy
Pre-Veterinary Medicine


Biology

The Bachelor of Science in biology is designed for students who are interested in careers which require an extensive background in biology. Upon completion of the Bachelor of Science degree, the student will have met the minimum Major Requirements for admission to graduate and professional schools. Students planning to enter graduate schools are encouraged to participate in one of the ongoing research projects in the School of Science, Engineering, and Mathematics. The Vertical Curriculum can be found on page 261 of the 2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog.
Note: Students desiring a Bachelor of Science in Biology Education must contact the School of Education.

Chemistry

The Bachelor of Science in chemistry is designed for students who are interested in careers which require an extensive background in chemistry. Upon completion of the B.S. degree, the student will have met the minimum major requirements for admission to graduate schools or careers in the chemical industry. Students planning to enter graduate schools are encouraged to participate in one of the ongoing research projects in the School of Science, Engineering, and Mathematics. The Vertical Curriculum can be found on page 268 of the 2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog.

Computer Engineering

The computer engineering program is designed for students who are interested in computer hardware and software design and their integration into usable computer systems. The Vertical Curriculum can be found on page 278 of the 2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog.

Computer Information Systems

The major in Computer Information Systems is designed for students interested in careers in the business and commercial side of computer-oriented information technology. The Vertical Curriculum can be found on page 284 of the 2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog.

Computer Science

The major in Computer Science is designed for students interested in pursuing advanced studies in computer science and professional careers in the theoretical and technical side of computer oriented information technology. The Vertical Curriculum can be found on page 273 of the 2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog.

Integrated Environmental Science

The Bachelor of Science in Integrated Environmental Science (IES) is designed for students who are interested in careers that focus on environmental issues, particularly large-scale issues that require an interdisciplinary approach to their study and solution. The program is designed to provide the scientific core necessary for understanding environmental systems, plus coursework in supporting disciplines and integrative methods in preparation for work with multifaceted environmental topics. Coursework will include methodological courses, integrative courses, significant laboratory and field work, and research in association with IES faculty (much of which is service-based). Upon completion of the B.S. degree, the student will have met the minimum course requirements for admission to graduate and professional schools in environmental disciplines, or for entry-level environmentally-related positions in government, industry, or non-profits. The Vertical Curriculum can be found on page 288 of the 2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog. Learn more about Integrated Environmental Science here.

Mathematics

The Mathematics major is designed for students interested in mathematics-oriented careers in industry, education, and government, and for those students interested in pursuing advanced studies in mathematics. The Vertical Curriculum can be found on page 294 of the 2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog.

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