Stephen F. Austin State University - College of Sciences & Mathematics - Undergraduate
A primary aim of the College of Sciences and Mathematics is to contribute to the liberal education of all students through the presentation of fundamental concepts and methods of science and mathematics. Another objective is to provide the counseling and fundamental education required for professional programs in health and engineering sciences, and for professional studies and careers of a scientific or mathematical nature. To help further its mission, the college recently opened the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Research and Learning Center. Its purpose is to promote research, learning and academic preparedness in the STEM disciplines. The college is home to the SFA Observatory, which operates the second-largest observatory in the Central Time Zone. SFA professors and students have discovered 11 asteroids. Additionally, through state-of-the-art facilities like the Richard and Lucille DeWitt School of Nursing facility opened in 2010, students gain real-world skills and graduate uniquely qualified to make a difference in their professions. Whether your passion is to study computer programming or statistics, the College of Sciences and Mathematics stands ready to prepare you for your future.
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