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By November 18, 2019 10:14 AM
Biochemistry has an ever-growing range of applications including biotechnology, bioinformatics, pharmaceuticals, and medical sciences, bio-fuels and energy research, food science, toxicology, environmental and agricultural sciences, and even forensic science. The field of biochemistry, positioned at the intersection of chemistry, biology, and physics, provides opportunities for collaboration and cooperation between numerous disciplines. Our graduates find employment in various clinical and industrial labs. Many of our students continue on to graduate programs in a variety of biochemistry-related fields. A high percentage of our pre-professional students are successfully placed in professional programs such as medical, dental and pharmaceutical schools.

Major and Minor

Biochemistry Major (B.S.)
Biochemistry Major (B.S.) - Environmental Science Emphasis
Biochemistry Major (B.S.) - Neuroscience Emphasis
Biochemistry Minor
Introduction to Natural Science Minor
By November 13, 2019 01:27 PM
The biology major provides a rigorous research-based education for students, with a basic foundation in the life sciences. Special emphasis is placed on providing opportunities for students to participate in meaningful research in areas such as anatomy, genetics, physiology, molecular biology, evolution, natural history, and marine biology. This major seeks to prepare students for professional careers in teaching, government service, industry, research, and medical professions.

Majors and Minors

Biology Major (B.S.)
Biology Major (B.S.) - Ecology, Evolution, and Population Biology Emphasis
Biology Major (B.S.) - Marine Biology Emphasis
Biology Major (B.S.) - Molecular Biology Emphasis
Biology Education Major (B.S.)
Biology Minor
Introduction to Conservation Biology Minor
Introduction to Marine Biology Minor
Introduction to Nutritional Science Minor
By November 19, 2019 04:06 PM
The exercise and sport sciences program’s overall objective is to develop men and women of sound mind, body, and spirit who will have an influence upon society in developing healthy lifestyles of mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical wellness and being.

Majors and Minors

Exercise and Sport Science Major (B.S.) - Biomedical Science Emphasis
Exercise and Sport Science Major (B.S) - Health and Human Performance Emphasis
Exercise and Sport Science Major (B.S.) - Sports and Wellness Management Emphasis
Exercise and Sport Science Education Major (B.S.)
Exercise Science Coaching Minor
Health and Human Performance Minor
Sports and Wellness Management Minor
By November 19, 2019 03:39 PM
Many psychology majors go on to do graduate work in psychology and other fields. Others work in business, particularly in personnel work. Others engage in varieties of social service, teaching, and administration. Psychologists engage in a variety of academic roles as teachers, researchers, and administrators and also provide counseling, clinical, and consulting services to individuals and organizations. Psychologists are employed by colleges and universities, public and private schools, clinics, and hospitals. They work in private practice and for corporations and government entities. The study of psychology has particular value for family life and for civic and cultural roles generally. The psychology major provides a well-informed perspective on human and organizational behavior in preparation for occupations in law enforcement, law, or business.

Majors and Minors

Psychology Major (B.S.) - General/Experimental Emphasis
Psychology Major (B.S.) - Clinical/Counseling Emphasis
Psychology Minor
Organizational Behavior Minor