Through six academic departments, the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics offers master’s degrees in 11 disciplines and doctoral degrees in nine. These degrees prepare graduates for a variety of in-demand careers, including working in industry or teaching in a college or university.
Below are links to the graduate programs offered by each department and to the requirements for each graduate degree.
Academic Requirements for Graduate Degrees
Biology & Biochemistry
M.S., Ph.D. – Biology
M.S., Ph.D. – Biochemistry
M.S., Ph.D. – Chemistry
M.S., Ph.D. – Computer Science
Earth & Atmospheric Sciences
M.S., Ph.D. – Atmospheric Sciences, Geology, Geophysics
M.S., M.A., Ph.D. – Mathematics
M.S. – Applied Mathematics
M.S. – Statistics and Data Analysis (in development; Federal Student Aid eligibility pending, anticipated for fall 2017)
M.S., Ph.D. – Physics