Innovative teaching. Cutting-edge research. Hands-on training for your future.
The School of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics offers 15 undergraduate majors with some offering more than one degree choice. Learn more about our major programs.
Degree types = Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
The School’s master’s degrees and graduate certificates prepare students to be future thought leaders and researchers.
Students gain a deeper understanding of concepts and skills needed for career growth, engage in robust research and application, and have opportunities for collaboration between faculty, staff, community, and industrial partners.
Our mission is to provide equitable access to exceptional programs that integrate teaching and research to prepare our students to solve the problems and confront the challenges facing our communities, the region, the nation and the world.
Created in 2013, The School of STEM was charged with pulling together all the current and future science, technology, engineering, and mathematics majors under a single primary academic unit. We have four divisions.
Build a foundation in medicine, dentistry, health professions, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, ecology, biology, and biology education. Learn more about the Division of Biological Sciences.
Computing & Software Systems
Gain a broad educational background valued by employers and computing professionals. Learn more about the Division of Computing & Software Systems.
Engineering & Mathematics
Develop strong skills in the fundamental mathematical and scientific principles enabling you to seek industry employment or go on to graduate study. Learn more about the Division of Engineering & Mathematics.
Engage with award-winning faculty and experience the excitement of pursuing a career in science. Learn more about the Division of Physical Sciences.
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