Why should you major in the natural sciences rather than in the separate disciplines of biology, chemistry, physics or mathematics or computer science? Since Natural Sciences is by definition a more balanced approach to the study of the universe and the physical world, the courses you will study will be spread broadly over all of these areas. As a result, you will acquire knowledge which will help you to enter the career fields of meteorology, biophysics, biostatistics, scientific librarian or work in a science-oriented industry.
Natural Sciences at STAC
Natural Science majors at STAC will have the opportunity to take courses in biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, and computer science. All our students will work with a professor who will help them to select courses that will prepare them to obtain admission to a graduate school in their area of interest. Completing a research project
Medical Technology majors may find careers in hospitals and medical centers, biological research, pharmaceutical companies, government and crime labs. They are hired by accreditation offices, environmental labs, as well as in veterinary labs. For more information about what you can do with this major, visit our Career Services website
Natural Sciences majors are prepared to teach science, seek a career in meteorology, becoming a science librarian, a biostatistician or working in a science-oriented industry. For more information about what you can do with this major, visit our Career Services website.
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Steven J. Burns, Associate Professor of Chemistry
Dr. Jennifer Hawk, Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Dr. John J. Rosko, Associate Professor of Biology
Dr. Clara Toth, Professor of Biology
Dr. Ryan Wynne, Assistant Professor of Biology.