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Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

  • Applied Mathematics

    B.S.

    Mathematicians study quantity, distance and space with the goal of problem solving, reasoning, making connections and communicating. They advance knowledge by developing new principles and recognizing previously unknown relationships between existing principles of mathematics. Applied mathematicians use mathematical theories and techniques, including mathematical modeling and computational methods, to formulate and solve real-world problems in business, government and engineering, and in the areas of physical, life and social sciences.

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    • Budget Analyst
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  • Astronomy

    B.S.

    Astronomy, one of the oldest sciences, is the study of celestial bodies including planets, stars, galaxies and other entities in space. Astronomers utilize principles in physics to learn about the universe and create theories based on their research. Astronomy majors at Valdosta State University gain knowledge of the fundamental branches of astronomy, including solar system astronomy, astrophysics and observational astronomy.

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    • Aerospace Professional
    • Data Analyst
    • Lab Technician
    • Observatory Scheduler
    • Planetarium Director
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  • Biology

    B.A.

    Biology is the study of life and living organisms. Biologists study the five principles of biology including cell theory, gene theory, homeostasis, evolution, and energy and thermodynamics. Biology students at Valdosta State University learn the basic principles of biology, along with the latest developments in the biological sciences, and develop the ability to understand and critically analyze biological issues. Students are prepared for advanced study in a variety of graduate programs and for careers in biology-related fields.

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    • Agricultural Scientist
    • Biologist
    • Botanist
    • Dentist
    • Doctor of Medicine
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  • Biology

    B.S.

    Biology is the study of life and living organisms. Biologists study the five principles of biology including cell theory, gene theory, homeostasis, evolution, and energy and thermodynamics. Biology students at Valdosta State University learn the basic principles of biology, along with the latest developments in the biological sciences, and develop the ability to understand and critically analyze biological issues. Students are prepared for advanced study in a variety of graduate programs and for careers in biology-related fields.

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    • Agricultural Scientist
    • Biologist
    • Botanist
    • Dentist
    • Doctor of Medicine
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  • Chemistry

    Minor

    Chemistry is all about imagining new solutions and solving problems. These skills are relevant in every field, which is why a Minor in Chemistry can be so useful. Chemistry relates to so many fields of science, engineering and mathematics. In addition, the chemical industry employs many graduates with business degrees. A Minor in Chemistry can give you a competitive advantage when applying to nursing school or other post-graduate health science programs.

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  • Chemistry Pre-Professional Degree

    B.S.

    Chemistry majors like you study the materials and energy at the atomic scale. We apply that knowledge to solve real-world problems by making new materials and through a better understanding of the world around us. With a Chemistry Pre-Professional degree, you will problem solve and contribute to the greater good of society in a variety of ways, always with an eye on the next step in your career. With a Pre-Professional Chemistry degree, you will be ready for a career as a nurse and other health care professional, middle school and high school teacher, science journalist, safety officer, laboratory technician, and for many other stable, well-paying, and rewarding careers. 

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  • Chemistry, ACS Certified

    B.S.

    Chemistry majors like you study the fascinating properties of materials and energy at the atomic scale. We apply that knowledge to solve real-world problems by making new materials and through better understanding of the world around us. As a chemist, you will problem solve and contribute to the greater good of society through research and discovery. Graduating students earn a Chemistry BS degree that is certified by the American Chemical Society (ACS). This prepares you for chemistry graduate school and for employment in industry or government agencies.

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    • Agricultural Scientist
    • Dentist
    • Environmental Scientist
    • Food Chemist
    • Forensic Chemist
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  • Chemistry, ACS Certified Biochemistry Option

    B.S.

    Chemistry majors like you study materials and energy at the atomic scale and how they affect living systems. We apply that knowledge to solve real-world problems by making new materials and through a better understanding of the world around us. As a biochemist, you will problem solve and contribute to the greater good of society through research and discovery. Graduating students earn a Chemistry BS (Biochemistry option) degree that is certified by the American Chemical Society (ACS). This prepares you for biochemistry graduate school and for employment in industry or government agencies.

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    • Agricultural Scientist
    • Dentist
    • Environmental Scientist
    • Food Chemist
    • Materials Chemist
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  • Computer Information Systems

    B.S.

    Computer scientists and computer information systems professionals use computers to solve problems by programming, analyzing, designing and implementing software systems. They deal with theoretical components related to computers and to issues with hardware. Jobs in the field of computer science and computer information systems are in high demand and graduates in these disciplines are prepared for a variety of positions in the field of science, technology, engineering, education, business and more. The computer science and computer information systems majors at Valdosta State University prepare students to enter the workforce and many students in the program find part-time jobs in the field while they continue their studies.

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    • Applications Developer
    • Computer Programmer
    • Computer Science Teacher
    • Computer Scientist
    • Computer Support Specialist
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  • Computer Science

    B.S.

    Computer scientists and computer information systems professionals use computers to solve problems by programming, analyzing, designing and implementing software systems. They deal with theoretical components related to computers and to issues with hardware. Jobs in the field of computer science and computer information systems are in high demand and graduates in these disciplines are prepared for a variety of positions in the field of science, technology, engineering, education, business and more. The computer science and computer information systems majors at Valdosta State University prepare students to enter the workforce and many students in the program find part-time jobs in the field while they continue their studies.

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    • Applications Developer
    • Computer Programmer
    • Computer Science Teacher
    • Computer Scientist
    • Computer Support Specialist
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  • Environmental Geosciences (Geography Track)

    B.S.

    Environmental geosciences is the study of earth and its four spheres: the lithosphere (the solid earth), hydrosphere (the realm of water), atmosphere (the gaseous envelope surrounding earth) and biosphere (the realm of living things). Environmental geoscientists study and care for the earth’s resources and the environment, in addition to studying other planets and the solar system. They solve problems and play a crucial role in shaping policies that affect public health and welfare.

  • Environmental Geosciences (Geology Track)

    B.S.

    Environmental geosciences is the study of earth and its four spheres: the lithosphere (the solid earth), hydrosphere (the realm of water), atmosphere (the gaseous envelope surrounding earth) and biosphere (the realm of living things). Environmental geoscientists study and care for the earth’s resources and the environment, in addition to studying other planets and the solar system. They solve problems and play a crucial role in shaping policies that affect public health and welfare.

    Careers

    • Atmospheric Scientist
    • Economic Geologist
    • Environmental Analyst
    • Environmental Geologist
    • Geophysicist
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  • Mathematics

    B.A.

    Mathematicians study quantity, distance and space with the goal of problem solving, reasoning, making connections and communicating. They advance knowledge by developing new principles and recognizing previously unknown relationships between existing principles of mathematics. Applied mathematicians use mathematical theories and techniques, including mathematical modeling and computational methods, to formulate and solve real-world problems in business, government and engineering, and in the areas of physical, life and social sciences.

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    • Actuary
    • Budget Analyst
    • Claims Adjustor
    • Computer System Analyst
    • Controller
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  • Mathematics - Secondary Education Track

    B.A.

    This program provides students with a major in mathematics within the framework of a broad-based general education as well as prepares students for certification in secondary mathematics. Students must be admitted to the Teacher Education Program in the College of Education and Human Services prior to enrolling in the professional education courses. Students must also meet the Student Teaching requirements of the College of Education and Human Services.

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    • Budget Analyst
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  • Physics

    B.S.

    Physics is a foundation science concerned with space, time, matter, energy, gravitation, electromagnetism, light, atoms, nuclei and the fundamental forces of the universe. Famous physicists such as Albert Einstein and Sir Isaac Newton responsible for some of the most profound scientific discoveries in history, and the discipline continues to produce great thinkers who uncover the inner-workings of the universe. The physics program at Valdosta State University helps students achieve their dreams of in the discipline and prepares them for careers in the field and for further graduate studies.

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    • Astronomer
    • Astrophysicist
    • Atomic Physicist
    • Biophysicist
    • Chemical Physicist
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