The University of Findlay's College of Sciences is unique. It brings you nine undergraduate majors from Animal Science to Mathematics, two graduate degree programs, and a whole host of certificates and minors. The programs' uniqueness stems from the blend of a professional liberal arts education and UF's distinctiveness in infusing experiential learning in all of the academic programs.
In the College of Sciences, we additionally strive to provide an environment that invites, engages and inspires our students to learn, collaborate and lead in an interdisciplinary environment – whether it is through participation in equestrian events, internships, or undergraduate research.
The college is comprised of seven departments offering the following Bachelor of Science degrees:
and two Master of Science degrees:
If you are interested in Pre-medicine, there are three degree options to follow in the college. Click on Biochemistry, Biology or Chemistry to explore any of these degree options.
Facilities used by the programs mentioned above include:
- Frost/Brewer Science Hall
- The new west wing addition to The Davis Street Building
- The James L. Child, Jr. Equestrian Complex
- The Dr. C. Richard Beckett Animal Science Building, and
- The Western Equestrian Facility
Whether your goal is to participate in equestrian competitions, work in the animal care industry, analyze evidence from a crime scene, study mismatched repair mechanisms in DNA, program and manage computer technology, investigate a better way to degrade hazardous wastes, sustain a natural resource, or enter medical, veterinary or graduate school, the College of Sciences at the University of Findlay can help you with your goal. Do not hesitate to contact me or any of the department chairs for more information or to plan a visit.
I hope in the near future I can welcome you in person to the University of Findlay and especially to the College of Sciences!
Lok C. Lew Yan Voon, Ph.D.
Dean, College of Sciences
University of Findlay