Our Geographic Information System (GIS) programs, which teach the job-ready skills you’ll need to find a position upon graduation, have strong collaborations with state agencies and those relationships provide many opportunities for internships.
To help you pay for college, you might qualify for one of our scholarships.
With the knowledge and skills you’ll acquire by earning one of our degrees, you could go into a lot of varied and exciting careers. For instance: public health, wildlife biology, brewing, Geographic Information Systems, environmental science, actuarial science, computer programming, teaching, systems analysis, homeland security, and many others.
From molecules to ecosystems, this department seeks to advance understanding of the sciences at all levels. Our creative and collaborative faculty fosters learning relationships with students pursuing bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
Chemistry students have the opportunity to participate in exciting research with our faculty members as they prepare for jobs in the chemical industry or for graduate school or professional schools in medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, optometry and physical therapy.
This department offers bachelor’s degrees in mathematics . Working with the College of Education, we also offer a secondary education degree focused on mathematics. For those wanting a degree in engineering, AUM offers an excellent program in pre-engineering.