Dr. Brent Donham, Dean
Dr. Haydn A. "Chip" Fox, Associate Dean
The College of Science & Engineering offers graduate degree program in: Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Computational Science, Computer Science, Technology Management, Mathematics, and Physics, and two graduate certificates in Environmental Science and Computational Linguistics.
Government and private studies project occupations requiring a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) degree, or related skills, continue to be in high demand and will make up a significant portion of the U.S. and global economy. The College of Science & Engineering boasts recognized and award winning faculty and state-of-the-art research facilities/equipment. As a graduate student, there are unique opportunities to work with faculty in fields such as biomedical, regenerative medicine, image processing and recognition, data mining, alternative energy, catalyst development, high performance computing, skin lesion algorithms, differential geometry spatial algorithms, nuclear astrophysics, surface physics, observational astronomy, STEM education, or other STEM research fields. We are strongly committed to professional development, STEM teacher preparation, and preparing individuals to succeed in terminal degree programs.