Math and Science Degrees
Marian University Math and Science Programs
Graduates of the Marian University Math and Science programs are consistently recognized for their leadership and cognitive abilities. We believe the best way to learn is through practice. With our combination of lectures, laboratory, and field work, you’ll be prepared to take on a plethora of careers immediately after graduation, or continue your education with graduate studies. We emphasize real-world research and analysis, and you’ll work with our highly-skilled faculty members to produce original work that will prepare you for post-graduation success, no matter the path you choose.
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Traditional Undergraduate Math and Science Programs
Traditional Undergraduate Offerings
The career options are endless when it comes to graduating from the Marian University Math and Science programs. You’ll gain knowledge that can be applied to an almost unlimited amount of industries, and we offer experiential learning opportunities that allow classroom knowledge to be applied in the real world. Throughout your time at Marian University you’ll receive hands-on training, even connecting with current professionals in your first year. You can advance to shadowing, internships and other work-related settings, culminating with a practicum in the setting of your choice as a senior.
Undergraduate Math and Science Minors
Math and Science Program Minors
- Natural Science
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:
- Nine teaching labs
- Three research labs
- Three prep rooms
- One computer lab
- Seven classrooms
- 18 offices
- Two student collaboration areas