Schools & Departments

The College of Science is comprised of ten departments within four schools: School of Biological and Environmental Sciences, School of Forensic and Criminal Justice Sciences, School of Mathematics and Applied Informatics, and School of Physical Sciences.

School of Biological & Environmental Sciences

The School of Biological and Environmental Sciences (SBES) is committed to teaching students about the science of life from molecular to population scales, and all of the myriad interactions between living and non-living parts of our world.

School of Forensic & Criminal Justice Sciences

The School of Forensic & Criminal Justice Sciences (SFCJS) unites the nation’s foremost master’s program in Forensic Science with well-established undergraduate and graduate majors in Criminal Justice, and rapidly-growing undergraduate and graduate studies in Digital Forensics and Information Assurance.

School of Mathematics & Applied Informatics

The School of Mathematics and Applied Informatics (SMAI) offers undergraduate and graduate programs in the departments of Mathematics and Computer and Information Technology (CIT).

School of Physical Sciences

The School of Physical Sciences (SPS) includes the departments of Chemistry, Geology, and Physics. All three departments offer classes with expert faculty complemented by hands on experience in the laboratory or field.