Comprehensive classroom instruction coupled with unprecedented access to high-powered research labs distinguish DU as an ideal institution for science and math education. Our students redefine the classroom as they discover learning opportunities through real-world field and lab work. Our hope is to prepare the next generation of leaders as knowledgeable citizens with each with their own unique and yet globally-minded perspective.

View a full list of degrees offered by the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.

Academic Programs

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Tailored interdisciplinary degree programs advance research in new directions

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    Molecular & Cellular Biophysics

    Molecular and cellular biophysics (MCBP) is a discipline aimed at an understanding of life processes through the application of physics and chemistry, seeking quantitative information about biological processes at the molecular, cellular and systems levels. It takes  a truly interdisciplinary effort from our faculty to create this intensive graduate-level program.

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    Professional Science Master's in Biomedical Sciences

    The professional science master's (PSM) degree program combines academic training and professional, practical skill building to prepare students for dynamic, challenging professional careers in the biomedical and health sciences. Advanced coursework in natural sciences, coupled with additional course opportunities from social sciences to business, provides students with an in-depth scientific knowledge and strong foundation in ethics, leadership, communication and global awareness.

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Specialized Advising

Pre-Health Advising

Pre-Health Advising

Individualized guidance from award-winning faculty steers students toward success in medicine, dentistry, physical therapy, pharma, optometry, nursing, veterinary medicine and physician assistant studies.

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Campus Learning Centers

Learning Centers

Our centralized science and math learning centers are designed for students to work cooperatively on homework with their peers as well as graduate and undergraduate learning assistants in specific areas of study. 

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E-STEM Program

Equity in STEM

Short for Equity in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, E-STEM aims to prepare incoming undergraduates from historically underrepresented backgrounds studying STEM for academic success.

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Want to learn more about a specific branch of our college? Visit the department websites to discover the people and ideas driving science and math education and innovation here at DU.