Undergraduate Majors, Minors and Programs

The College of Science and Technology consists of six departments and three centers for advanced research and education. The college has more than 230 full-time faculty, who instruct nearly 4,000 undergraduate students in more than twenty different bachelor's degree programs.

CST students can take advantage of the college’s Undergraduate Research Program to work directly with experienced researchers on real-world projects. Students can also utilize the college's Office of Student Professional Development, which hosts the CST Job Fair and provides career counseling, resources, job and internship listings and connections with employers.

Disciplinary Programs

Applied Mathematics
Computer Science
Data Science
Information Science & Technology

Interdisciplinary Programs

Computer Science & Physics
Ecology, Evolution and Biodiversity 
Environmental Science
Genomic Medicine
Materials Science 
Mathematics & Computer Science
Mathematical Economics
Mathematics & Physics
Natural Sciences
Neuroscience - Cellular & Molecular
Pharmaceutical Sciences

Special Programs

3+4 Accelerated B.A. in CST + DMD at TU School of Dentistry
3+4 Accelerated B.A. in CST + MD at TU School of Medicine
3+4 Accelerrated B.A. in CST + Pharm D at TU School of Pharmacy
3+3 Accelerated B.A. in CST + DPT at TU College of Health Professions
3+4 Accelerated B.A. in CST + DPM at TU School of Podiatric Medicine
5-Year Bachelor's + Master's Programs
Dual Bachelor's - Master's Degree Program (International Students Only)



Certificate Programs

Computer Security and Digital Forensics
Data Science: Computational Analytics

Environmental Professional Training

Fundamentals of Programming
Genome Medicine