Natural and Applied Sciences
Natural and applied sciences at Loyola engages its students through excellence in the study of biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, mathematical and statistical science, and physics. Students learn to become adaptive learners and ethical leaders ready to serve in a diverse and changing world.
At Loyola the natural and applied sciences achieves educational excellence by offering and supporting:
- Undergraduate degree programs in mathematics, statistics, physics, chemistry, biochemistry, biology, computer science, and engineering (electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, computer engineering, and materials engineering focuses).
- Relevant science elective courses, and technical and interdisciplinary minors and areas of studies such as: environmental and sustainability studies minor, forensic studies, actuarial science, and operations research.
- General education mathematics and science component including: required introductory courses, Honors seminars, and innovative first-year experience courses as part of the Messina program.