College of Basic and Applied Sciences
The College of Basic and Applied Sciences (CBAS) is a diverse set of departments that includes the basic sciences (Biology, Chemistry, and Physics), Mathematics, and Computer Science as well as Aerospace, Agriculture, Concrete Industry Management, Engineering Technology, Geosciences, and Military Science.
We believe that science holds the hope of our country's continued success and are working hard to improve K-12 education in the basic and applied sciences. We are excited you have taken time to visit our site!
The largest of the university's five undergraduate colleges in terms of the overall number of declared majors, the college has 4000+ undergraduate, over 300 master's, and 90 doctoral students. This college offers 17 undergraduate major programs, including 56 different emphasis areas. Seven of the eleven departments within the college offer programs leading to a master's degree. The college also offers interdisciplinary programs including a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Forensic Science; a Master of Science (M.S.) in Professional Science with six concentrations; and three Ph.D. degrees in the areas of Computational Science, Molecular Biosciences, and Mathematics and Science Education.
Our talented faculty work one-on-one with a large number of majors, teach many general education classes in mathematics and the sciences, provide service to the professional community, and engage in basic and applied research. The college currently has 210 full-time faculty.