College of Science and Engineering
"You won't be told to just read a chapter — you are going to USE what you learned." — Renee Fisher, Biology Major
The College of Science and Engineering is committed to furthering 21st century advances in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) by inspiring the next generation of innovators and teachers and by promoting research and scholarship across STEM disciplines.
Through a broad range of major, minor and pre-professional programs, as well as through basic skills, interdisciplinary, and research-rich learning environments, the College endeavors to ensure the success of all students.
- Study the Mississippi with a special classroom boat or monitor fish populations in a trout stream
- Find composite material solutions for new products, enter data analytics competitions or design a video game
- Use the latest geotechnical equipment on a field trip
- Collaborate with hospital staff in clinical research or present your own research results at a national conference
Seven departments make up the College of Science and Engineering: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Geoscience, Math and Statistics, and Physics.
Interested in a graduate program? WSU offers a Professional Science Master's Degree that complements any undergraduate science program.
Explore your options today!