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Science, Technology, Mathematics, & Health Sciences Programs

Degree Programs

Biology at EOU

The Biology Program offers two options for specialization in biology. After completing a core curriculum, students select from two concentrations, Molecular Biology or Ecology and Organismal Biology. Both tracks offer preparation for continuing professional educational programs in medicine, vet medicine, other health fields, natural resources management or education.

Chemistry & Biochemistry

The EOU department of Chemistry and Biochemistry is dedicated to providing high-quality undergraduate education in a supportive learning environment. Our programs offer small class sizes and one-on-one interaction with faculty, allowing students to maximize their learning experience.

Computer Science

Students in the Computer Science program prepare for a future in software development to solve the complex problems faced by Twenty-first Century America. Computer Science continues to be one of the most in-demand fields of study across the United States and around the world.

Health & Human Performance

Our highly qualified instructors emphasize scientific and community based approaches.
We educate, engage, and exemplify good practice in physical activity and community program planning and evaluation.


We offer a major in Mathematics designed to graduate students well-prepared for careers in teaching, industry, or advanced study in Mathematics. We also offer three minors – one in Mathematics, one in Statistical Mathematics, and (for Multidisciplinary Studies majors only) a minor in Mathematical Studies.

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The degree program in psychology provides specialized study in psychology within the context of the broader goals of a liberal arts education. The psychology program promotes an understanding of behavior, provides an understanding of the foundations of psychology as a scientific discipline, integrates the influence of psychology on contemporary thought, and promotes skills in scientific research.