The Division of Natural Sciences offers a variety of courses from astronomy and earth science to organic chemistry and animal physiology.
Students may earn a Bachelor of Arts in Biology or Chemistry. Course requirements also prepare students for graduate study in Dentistry, Medicine, Physical Therapy, Physician's Assistant, Podiatry, and Veterinary Science.
Students interested in Adolescence Education may earn a Bachelor of Arts in Biology or Chemistry and a Master of Science in Adolescence Education in only five years at the Mount.
The division also offers students an opportunity to pursue an Interdisciplinary Studies program with a General Science concentration. This program is intended for students planning to obtain certification in Childhood Education and provides a broad background in biology, chemistry, physics, and earth science.
Undergraduate degree programs: