Experiential Learning and Career Outcomes
The opportunities for hands-on learning in the Marian University Math and Science programs are vast and varied, depending on your major.
- Biology students have the chance to dissect a human cadaver, conduct independent research, take part in internships and develop a resume
- Chemistry students experience internships and cooperative education experiences, as well as a senior research course allowing you to carry out a complete research project in conjunction with a supervising professor
- Mathematics students can participate in internships, undergraduate research, and earn teacher certification in secondary mathematics education while setting themselves up to enjoy success in pursuing graduate school
- ESS majors connect with current professionals in their first year, advance to shadow them in their workplace, and conduct a practicum as a senior year – all the while receives hands-on training throughout their time in the program
But no matter your educational focus, you’ll be experiencing these transformation opportunities in our state-of-the-art Dr. Richard and Leslie Ridenour Science Center, which includes: