Wright State University 2005-2006Undergraduate Catalog
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Admissions and
  Advising

Degrees and Areas of
  Study

Student Organizations
Biochemistry and
  Molecular Biology

Biological Sciences
Chemistry
Earth and Environmental
  Sciences

Integrated Science
Mathematics and
  Statistics

Physics
Neuroscience, Cell
  Biology and Physiology

Psychology

College of Science and Mathematics

Dean Michele Wheatly
Associate Dean Dan Voss
Assistant Deans Stacia Edwards, Joyce Howes, Michael Reynolds

Department/Chair
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Daniel T. Organisciak
Biological Sciences David Goldstein
Chemistry Kenneth Turnbull (interim)
Earth and Environmental Sciences Allen Burton
Mathematics and Statistics Joanne Dombrowski (interim)
Neuroscience, Cell Biology, and Physiology Timothy C. Cope
Physics Lok Lew Yan Voon
Psychology John Flach

The College of Science and Mathematics offers programs leading to bachelor's degrees in several disciplines. The Bachelor of Science degree is offered in biological sciences, chemistry, clinical laboratory science, integrated sciences, earth and environmental sciences, mathematics and statistics, and psychology. Bachelor of Arts programs are available in earth sciences, chemistry, geological sciences, mathematics and statistics, and psychology. The college also offers master's and doctoral degrees in certain programs. Interdisciplinary baccalaureate programs are offered by some departments, such earth and environmental sciences, mathematics and statistics, and physics. Preprofessional programs for students planning to teach science or mathematics in grades 7-12 are available in biological sciences, chemistry, intergrated sciences, earth sciences, mathematics, and physics.

Dual major programs are available in some departments (e.g., chemistry-biology); students should discuss any specific interest with the college advisor. Dual majors will receive a Bachelor of Science degree when both of the departments are in the College of Science and Mathematics, if approved by both departments. Students interested in certain professional programs ordinarily can take one of the science curricula or a modified program that will be acceptable for graduation, for transfer elsewhere to the desired professional program, or for admission to the Wright State University Schools of Medicine and Professional Psychology.

 
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