“We provide a comprehensive educational experience to all students through student-centered, inquiry-based instruction in the classroom and the laboratory. We view research experience for students as an essential and necessary component in the learning of science.”
Acting Dean Robert A. Koch
College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Robert A. Koch
Mark S. Filowitz
Interim Assistant Dean, Student Affairs
McCarthy Hall 166
The curricula of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics are designed to prepare students for careers in scientific, mathematical and other technical fields; for further study and specialization in advanced graduate work; and for entry into professional schools of medicine and other health-related disciplines. The faculty of the college is actively involved, not only in instruction and research, but in the advisement of students in the college on topics relating to the planning of career and program goals. Cooperative education internship programs are available in each of the College’s Departments.
The College sponsors a variety of professional and educational programs at which students and faculty have an opportunity to meet with their counterparts. The College also has an external advisory council.