Natural Sciences

Natural Sciences

Consisting of 19 academic departments, the College offers degrees in the fine arts, humanities, natural sciences and social sciences. Disciplines in the natural sciences focus on studies of the processes observable in nature. In Fulbright College, those fields include biological sciences, chemistry and biochemistry, geosciences, mathematical sciences, and physics.

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

Analyze the science of living organisms, including their structure, growth, function, origin, evolution, reproduction, distribution, behavior, and interrelationships.

CHEMISTRY & BIOCHEMISTRY

CHEMISTRY & BIOCHEMISTRY

Examine matter and energy and the interaction between them with “the central science,” which bridges physics with the other natural sciences.

GEOSCIENCES

  GEOSCIENCES

Learn about the impact of natural processes on Earth and other planets through the study of Earth science, geography, and geology.

MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

  MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

Explore the measurement, properties, and relationships of quantities and sets, using numbers and symbols.

 

PHYSICS

PHYSICS

Investigate matter, energy, and the interaction between them through astronomy, bio-physics, computational/theoretical physics, nano-physics/condensed matter, physics education, or quantum and non-linear optics.