College of Sciences and Technology
The College of Sciences and Technology mission is to produce graduates who are critical thinkers, problem solvers, communicators, and contributors to the well-being of the community though competence in their areas of study. The College contains majors in the Departments of Biological Sciences, Chemistry & Forensic Science, and Mathematics & Computer Science, and the list of degrees, certificates, and minors available in each department can be viewed by clicking the link to the department and selecting the Programs tab.
The Department of Biological Sciences offers opportunities for students who are interested in many medical fields including Pre-Medicine, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Dentistry, and Pre-Veterinary Medicine. In collaboration with the College of Education, a Secondary Education Curriculum P-12, Science Education, Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Education in Secondary Education, Science degree are offered.
The Department of Chemistry and Forensic Science offers opportunities for bachelor's and asscociate degrees and minors with various options in each major, including two new concentrations: BS in Chemistry with the Forensic Science concentration and BS in Chemistry with the Biological Science concentration.
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science offers opportunities for bachelor's and associate degrees, certificates, and minors with various options in each major. In collaboration with the College of Education, a Master of Education in Secondary Education, Math degree is offered.
The College office is housed in the Billy C. Black Building room 192. The programs in the Departments of the College are housed in various locations across the campus: Biological Sciences and Chemistry are located in the Billy C. Black building room 228. Forensic Science is in Hartnett Hall 335; Mathematics and Computer Science is in Billy C. Black Building room 130.