|The College of Science and Mathematics offers baccalaureate degrees in Biology, Marine Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Applied Mathematics, and Mathematics; and associate degrees in Physics, Computer Science, and Process Technology. The college also offers two graduate programs: the Master of Science in Marine and Environmental Science and the Master of Arts in Mathematics for Secondary Teachers. Our academic programs emphasize critical thinking, problem solving, written and spoken communication and other skills tailored to help the students succeed.
High School Students:
Left – A General Biology (BIO 141) student holding a West Indian Sea Egg, a large edible sea urchin, during experiments in investigating environmental effects on sea urchin embryology. Spring 2003.
Middle – Three students dissecting a squid in a Marine Invertebrate Zoology class. Fall 2002.
Right – Two student researchers collecting deep water samples from a Harbor Branch marine vessel during the ACTS10/WIMP16 cruise off the coast of St Lucia. Summer 2000.