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Wright State University    
 
    
 
  Aug 17, 2017
 
2017-2018 Academic Catalog

Science and Mathematics, College of


Visit us at science-math.wright.edu

The College of Science and Mathematics (CoSM) provides a unique blend of disciplines from human factors to neuroscience, polymer chemistry to biochemistry, sensor development to sensory perception, and computational modeling of ecosystems to water percolation in soils.

With a long tradition of helping first-generation and underrepresented students earn their college degrees, the College of Science and Mathematics is committed to the success of our students by providing hands-on research opportunities and real-world experience.

Currently CoSM offers eight undergraduate programs (including 9 majors and 8 minors), 15 masters programs, and 4 Ph.D. programs.  There are approximately 165 faculty within the college.  In the Fall of 2016, there were 1848 registered students in the college (1454 undergraduates).  The largest departments in the college are Biological Sciences and Psychology.

Academic advisors in the CoSM help students transition to the college by providing program of study information, guiding students to create a connection with their departments and faculty, as well as providing student success programming.  Advisors offer one-on-one tailored services for diverse student populations and can assist in answering your questions about the Wright State Core requirements (general education), along with university and college requirements.

CoSM reaches every student at Wright State University with one or more of its classes whether or not they are a science or mathematics major through core education requirements.

Direct Admission

Minimum 3.0 high school grade point average, and
Completion of college preparatory requirements in high school, and
Minimum 22 ACT math score or minimum 520 SAT math score, and
Minimum 23 ACT English score or minimum 530 SAT English score

Academic Department Websites

Interdisciplinary Program Websites

Additional Resources

Dean: Douglas Leaman

Associate Dean: Christopher Wyatt

Assistant Dean: Jacqueline Neal

Department/Chair:

  • Biochemistry and Molecular Biology: Madhavi Kadakia
  • Biological Sciences: David Goldstein
  • Chemistry: David Grossie
  • Earth and Environmental Sciences: David Dominic
  • Mathematics and Statistics: Ayşe Şahin
  • Neuroscience, Cell Biology, and Physiology: Eric Bennett
  • Physics: Jason Deibel
  • Psychology: Debra Steele-Johnson
  • Post-Bac Program: Harolynn Williams

Programs

Undergraduate Certificate

Minor

Master

Doctoral

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Programs

Bachelor

Master

Biological Sciences

Programs

Undergraduate Certificate

Bachelor

Minor

Master

Chemistry

Programs

Bachelor

Minor

Master

Earth and Environmental Sciences

Programs

Bachelor

Graduate Certificate

Master

Mathematics and Statistics

Programs

Bachelor

Minor

Graduate Certificate

Master

Neuroscience, Cell Biology and Physiology

Programs

Bachelor

Graduate Certificate

Master

Physics

Programs

Bachelor

Minor

Master

Psychology

Programs

Bachelor

Minor

Master

Doctoral



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