Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)

Physics student and professor in lab

Students in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics will find multiple opportunities for success with hands-on experience in mathematics, physics, and safety sciences. The Kopchick College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics STEM Academy also provides a selected set of courses in science and mathematics that help prepare students for future studies in STEM fields.

Applied Statistics Minor

Biochemistry, BS
Biochemistry Minor

Biology, BA

Biology, BS
Minor in Biology

Biology, Cell and Molecular Biology Track, BS

Biology, Ecology, Conservation, and Evolutionary Biology Track, BS

Biomedical Science Minor

Chemistry, BS
Minor in Chemistry

Computer Science, BA
Computer Science Minor

Computer Science/Cyber Security Track, BS
Cyber Security Minor

Computer Science/Language and Systems Track, BS

Computer Science/Software Engineering Track, BS

Environmental Engineering, BS

Forensic Biosciences Minor

Geography and Geographic Information Science, BA

Geology/Geology Track, BS
Minor in Geology

Mathematics, BS
Applied Mathematics, BS
Minor in Mathematics

Data Science, Mathematics, BS

Mathematics Education, Secondary or Middle Level, BSEd

Mathematics/Actuarial Track, BS

Physics, BS
Physics Minor

Physics/Nanomanufacturing Technology Track, BS

Physics/Pre-Engineering Track, BS

Safety, Health, and Environmental Applied Sciences, BS
Minor in Safety, Health, and Environmental Applied Sciences

Scientific Communication Certificate (Living-Learning)

Unmanned Aerial Systems Science and Applications Certificate