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    Berry College
   
 
  Nov 18, 2017
 
 
    
2013-14 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences


 

Dean: D. Bruce Conn, McAllister, Room 301 Telephone: (706) 236-1756 FAX: (706) 238-7855 Email: mans@berry.edu

The School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences offers seven majors, eight minors and two dualdegree programs. All graduates receive a Bachelor of Science degree.

Majors

Animal Science Environmental Sciences Mathematics
Biology   Biology concentration   Computer Science concentration
Biochemistry   Chemistry concentration   Mathematics concentration
Chemistry   Geoscience concentration   Mathematics Education concentration
    Public Policy concentration Physics

Minors           

Animal Science, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Geology, Mathematics, Physics, Web Development

Dual Degree Programs:

Engineering

The School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences is composed of the departments of animal science; biology; chemistry; mathematics and computer science; and physics, astronomy and geology. Throughout the school, an emphasis on inquiry, research and problem solving guides the curriculum and classroom practice. The school strives to provide for all Berry students opportunities to gain an appreciation for scientific thought and methods, and logical and mathematical reasoning. For students who seek greater experience in these areas, there are opportunities for mastery of the content in one or more disciplines, for experiential learning in laboratories and field study, and for the development of a desirable work ethic.

Departments and Programs

Department of Animal Science

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Department of Biology

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Department of Chemistry

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Environmental Science

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Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

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Department of Physics, Astronomy and Geology

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