The foundation of today's technological world is rooted in the natural sciences. As part of any academic program, studying the natural sciences—including health administration—gives students insight into the fundamental processes of nature and provides the basic knowledge needed to understand modern scientific accomplishments. Students also develop the critical thinking, independent thinking, and problem solving skills that form the basis for lifelong learning.
The College of Natural Sciences offers a variety of courses in natural, environmental, and life sciences as well as programs in health administration, environmental sciences, and biology.
-Hinrich Eylers, Ph.D.