Welcome to the College of Science and Mathematics (CSM) at Kennesaw State University (KSU). We are delighted to learn of your interest in our programs!
We invite you to join a diverse and student-responsive community of staff and faculty who share the core values of honesty, innovation, compassion, accountability, respect, and empowerment (HiCARE). Ours is a community for inclusive excellence in learning and research that respects the needs, responsibilities, and aspirations of all our students with personalized support from faculty mentors and professional advisors. As we leverage the strengths of our diverse body of students (59% ethnic and racial minorities and 65% women) and of the unique perspectives and cultures they bring, we continuously innovate to find the best ways to help students learn and prepare for a world of global opportunities.
Undergraduate degrees in biology, chemistry, mathematics, physics, and environmental sciences provide opportunities for students to concentrate on human health, forensic chemistry, computational mathematics, engineering physics, or a range of other areas that lead to exciting careers. Our students also engage in contemporary experiential learning opportunities in undergraduate research, service learning, study abroad, and internships that use science and mathematics to make a difference for people and communities.
Graduate degrees (M.S.) are offered in chemical sciences and integrative biology with Double-Owl pathways for undergraduate students to accelerate their progress toward earning a master's degree. With research strengths in developmental and organismal biology; microbiology, neuroscience, infectious diseases and drug discovery; theoretical particle physics; mathematical biology; and adaptation and change in the environment, we offer a variety of opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to make new research discoveries.
Join us on our journey of unbridled curiosity in exploring nature, our humanity, and the technology that we invent and use along the way.
Dean, College of Science and Mathematics