School of Sciences, Mathematics, and Education

Dean: Dr. Catherine M. Wehlburg

The core mission of the School of Sciences, Mathematics, and Education is to enable students to serve as agents of positive change for individuals and in the global community.

At the graduate level, students may pursue degrees in counseling, education, and forensic and legal psychology.

Minimum Grade Requirements: For degree-seeking students, unless otherwise indicated, a minimum grade of C is needed to receive credit for a graduate course in the school. See individual programs for further requirements.

Nondegree Admission: Graduate nondegree admission, in programs which permit it, is limited to a total of nine (9) credits and two consecutive semesters in the School of Sciences, Mathematics, and Education. Students who are denied admission to a degree program in the School of Sciences, Mathematics, and Education will need to be approved by the department before being accepted as a nondegree student. See individual program descriptions for further restrictions or requirements.