Biology offers a B.S. Degree in Biology and a minor in Biology. These provide preparation for work in zoological, botanical, ecological, medical, dental, veterinarian and other vital areas.
Chemistry offers a B.S. in Chemistry and a minor in Chemistry and preparation in the fields of environmental analysis, research and development, safety, medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, production and management.
Geology and Physics offer a B.S. in Geology and preparation in the geosciences and graduate work in geology. Many diverse options await the graduates from environmental geology and hydrogeology to oceanography, paleobiology, and petrology.
Engineering Dual-Degree offers a cooperative degree with the Georgia Institute of Technology. Students generally complete 3 years at GSW and 2 years at Georgia Tech, which leads to a B.S. Degree in Math or a specific science and a B.S. Degree from Georgia Tech in a specific engineering discipline. The more popular engineering fields being: Aerospace, Biomedical, Chemical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, Industrial, Material Science, Mechanical, and Nuclear.
Information Technology offers a B.S. Degree in Information Technology. This program prepares students to work in network administration, information security, telecommunications, web development, and computer graphics.
Computer Science offers a B.S. in Computer Science, which prepares students to design and develop solution algorithms, design and build computer systems, design and translate languages, and to use languages and computers efficiently to solve a variety of otherwise tedious and complicated problems.
Mathematics offers a B.S. in Mathematics, a B.S. in Mathematics with Option in Industrial Mathematics, a B.S. in Mathematics with Teacher Certification, and a Masters in Education in Secondary Mathematics. Career opportunities are many and varied. Banking, business, computer science, actuarial science, insurance, civil service and education are just a few.