College of Science and Engineering
Ronald Vetter, founding dean
Kate Brody Nooner, interim associate dean, faculty affairs, policy and research
Laurie Patterson, interim associate dean, student success and curricular matters
Nina Brown, interim assistant dean, administration and resource management
The College of Science and Engineering offers a variety of programs leading to Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees, as well as Doctor of Philosophy degrees in applied coastal and ocean sciences, pharmaceutical chemistry, integrative, comparative, and marine biology, and psychology degrees. The college also offers combined bachelor’s/master’s degree programs in information technology/computer science and information systems, computer science/computer science and information systems, and B.S. in mathematics/M.S. in mathematics. To implement its academic programs, the college provides instruction and research opportunities in the natural and behavioral sciences, information technology, computer science, mathematics, pre-engineering, and engineering. The eight academic departments in the college provide courses of study in each of these areas, in addition to interdepartmental programs in information technology, data science, cybersecurity, and digital arts. A 2+2 in engineering, and 3+2 programs in computer science and electrical or computer engineering, and physics and electrical engineering, are also offered in the college. Post-baccalaureate certificate programs in environmental studies, applied statistics, and geographic information science are also available.
CSE students work with distinguished faculty and scientists, use cutting edge technology, and conduct impactful research. Faculty-directed research projects empower CSE students to apply what they learn inside the classroom and laboratory to real-world situations and prepares them for a variety of careers or advanced study.
Interdisciplinary Cross-College Programs
In addition to the programs and departments listed below, the College of Science and Engineering offers joint programs with the College of Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Arts (Digital Arts B.A., and Digital Arts Minor), Watson College of Education (Applied Behavior Analysis and Developmental/Intellectual Disabilities Minor), and with Cameron School of Business, (Cybersecurity, B.S., Cybersecurity Minor, Information Technology, B.S., and Information Technology Minor).
Bachelor of Arts
Digital Arts, B.A.
Bachelor of Science
Information Technology, B.S.
Digital Arts Minor
Information Technology Minor
Applied Behavior Analysis and Developmental/Intellectual Disabilities Minor