Science, Technology and Mathematics Undergraduate Programs
Explore your options below and click the links for more information on courses and requirements within the Department of Science, Technology and Mathematics
Turn your curiosity about the life sciences into a rewarding career with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. A degree from Lincoln University will give you the foundation necessary to be competitive in fields like health care, biotechnology, environmental science, wildlife management and many more, or to pursue further study in medical, dental, veterinary or other graduate programs.
Earn a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Lincoln University and build a base of knowledge and understanding of the elements and how they interact to make the world around us. As you begin to understand the relationship between theory and real-world application, you will be prepared for careers or further study in fields like chemical engineering, pharmaceuticals, laboratory science and more.
Civil Engineering Technology
The Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Technology program will prepare you to become a civil engineering technician and frequently leads to a career in government transportation offices or in the construction industry. Lincoln University is one of the few schools in Missouri offering a program in this field and is ideal for students interested in engineering, architecture and construction.
Clinical Laboratory Science
If you want to help drive the next generation of health care, a Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science from Lincoln University can help you to start that journey, and often leads to high-demand careers in the healthcare industry.
Computer Information Systems
The Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems Program is designed to prepare you to for success in the computer industry. You'll develop the skills need to be an efficient programmer, network expert, web designer, end-user support specialist and more.
The Associate of Applied Science in Computer Science is designed to teach you essential programming skills and can serve as a stepping stone toward further education in the computer science field. It's also ideal for students currently working in computer and programming-related jobs who want to obtain a formal education and degree without the costs associated with a four-year program.
The Associate of Applied Science in Drafting Technology will train you to be a drafting technician, working in construction or government. It's also designed to prepare interested students for further study in the Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Program.
The Bachelor of Science/Arts in Mathematics program provides you with a grounding in mathematical principles and practices that can lead to further study or careers in areas such as data analysis, engineering, and a variety of other applications.
The Bachelor of Science in Education with an emphasis in mathematics is offered in collaboration with the School of Education to prepare you for a career as a math teacher. This program is the perfect fit if you love math and want to share that passion with students.
A Bachelor of Science in Physics offers you an understanding of the forces that power the world. That knowledge is in high demand and can be applied to a variety of careers, including engineering, design, research and many more.
The Associate of Science in Pre-Engineering Program offers a strong foundation in mathematics, sciences, and basic engineering, and is designed to allow you to transition smoothly into further studies of engineering. This program is offered as part of 2+2 articulation agreements with the University of Central Missouri and the Missouri University of Science and Technology.
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