Feb 28, 2024
College of Science and Mathematics
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 11 undergraduate programs (including 19 majors, 8 minors, and two certificates), 15 masters programs, and 4 Ph.D. programs. There are approximately 125 faculty within the college. The largest departments in the college are Biological Sciences and Psychology.
Academic advisors in the CoSM will help you 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 serves the needs of students interested in the Health Professions through our Pre-Health Program. This program offers specialized coaching services for students interested in pursuing graduate education in health professions such as medical, dental, veterinary, and more.
CoSM reaches every student at Wright State University through core education requirements in mathematics and sciences.
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