The Department of Natural and Applied Sciences houses an interdisciplinary major and minor program of study in Environmental Science; disciplinary majors and minors in Biology, Chemistry, Geoscience, Mathematics; a disciplinary minor in Physics; and a pre-professional program of study in Engineering.
NAS currently has 30 faculty: four full professors, sixteen associate professors, four assistant professors, five lecturers, and one adjunct assistant professor. NAS also has 12 staff members, including academic and classified staff as well as research associates.
NAS faculty teach and engage in scholarship in both their disciplinary programs and the interdisciplinary program in Environmental Science. Many of the faculty make major contributions to the Environmental Science and Policy graduate program as well.
|Program||Requirements||Emphasis Areas||Course Descriptions|
|Biology||Disciplinary Major, Minor||Plant Biology
Cell & Molecular Biology
|Chemistry||Disciplinary Major, Minor||Chemistry Courses|
|Engineering||Cooperative Major||Cooperative Program with UW-Milwaukee||Engineering Courses|
|Environmental Science||Interdisciplinary Major, Minor||Environmental Science Courses|
|Geoscience||Disciplinary Major, Minor||Geoscience Courses|
|Mathematics||Disciplinary Major, Minor||Mathematics
|Physics||Disciplinary Minor||Physics Courses|
|Note: Students majoring in a disciplinary program - Biology, Chemistry, Geoscience, or Mathematics - must also complete an interdisciplinary minor.|