Applied Biology

The Applied Biology program provides a strong foundation in the principles and applications of biology in the major areas of biology, human biology, microbiology, molecular biology, cellular biology, ecology, and genetics.

The Applied Biology department offers the following degrees:

Undergraduate

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Chemistry and Biochemistry

The Chemistry program focuses on all of the major chemical sub-disciplines including organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, analytical chemistry, and biochemistry. 

The department offers the following degrees:

Undergraduate

Minors

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Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering takes processes developed in the lab and provides practical applications for the production of products such as plastics, medicines, detergents and fuels; aids in the design of plants to maximize productivity and minimize costs; and evaluates operations for performance and product quality.

The department offers the following degrees:

Undergraduate

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Computer Science

The Computer Science program provides a solid foundation in computer software, hardware, and theory with advanced studies in information retrieval, computer graphics, cryptography, computer and network security, and artificial intelligence.

The department offers the following degrees:

Undergraduate

Minors

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Liberal Studies

Liberal Studies courses emphasize critical thinking, effective communication and the examination of ethical issues.  All students take a core set of courses from the Liberal Studies department that focus on the development of these skills.

In addition, the department offers minors in the following:

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Mathematics

Mathematics is the universal language of engineering, science, and management. Students select a concentration in Actuarial Science, Applied and Computational Mathematics, Applied Statistics or Mathematical Biology.

The department offers the following degrees:

Undergraduate

Minors

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Physics

Physics is concerned with the study of energy, space, time, matter, the interaction between material objects and the laws that govern these interactions at various scales from sub nano-scale to light-years scale.  Physicists study mechanics, sound, heat, light, electric and magnetic fields, gravitation, relativity, atomic and nuclear physics, solid state physics, wave-like properties of particles, and particle-like properties of radiation.

The department offers the following degrees:

Undergraduate

Minors

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