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  Academic Programs / Science & Technology

College of Science and Technology

Founded 1998


Hai-Lung Dai, Dean
A411 Barton Hall
1900 N. 13th Street
215-204-2888
www.temple.edu/cst
cst@temple.edu

Introduction
Mission Statement
Admissions
Financial Aid/Scholarships
Special Programs
Awards and Achievements
Student Associations


Introduction

Science and technology have been responsible for a profound transformation of the world in the twentieth century and will drive the economy of the twenty-first century. The objectives of the undergraduate programs of the College of Science and Technology are to prepare students for careers in these important areas and to graduate informed, responsible citizens.

The College approaches science and technology as a body of knowledge that has an advancing frontier and a complex interface with society. The traditional mandate for a university is to provide undergraduate students with a comprehensive education and the opportunity to focus closely on a particular area of study. The College of Science and Technology embraces this mandate and extends additional opportunities to our students. Science and Technology students are encouraged to participate in faculty research projects and thus experience the advancement of this body of knowledge.

Bachelor of Science programs offer a greater concentration in major coursework, while Bachelor of Arts programs offer a greater variety of coursework. All programs offer undergraduates the opportunity to work with distinguished faculty and a richly-diverse and stimulating student body as they prepare for active roles in society.

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Mission Statement

The mission of the College of Science and Technology is to provide students with the best possible resources for learning. The College's preeminent faculty, laboratories, and research facilities offer students the means necessary to excel in their academic endeavors. The College focuses on integrating the most advanced technology with fundamental concepts in a hands-on learning environment to prepare students for an active role as informed, responsible individuals for continued professional and personal success.

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Admissions

See Undergraduate Admissions for more details.

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Financial Aid/ Scholarships

See Financial Information: Scholarships & Grants for more details.

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Special Programs

Study Abroad

See International Programs in the Opportunities section of this Bulletin and Temple University's Study Abroad website at www.temple.edu/studyabroad for more information about study abroad options.

University Honors Program

Students in the College of Science and Technology may apply to the University Honors Program.  Honors students are eligible to enroll in CST honors courses, provided that they have satisfied the prerequisites and co-requisites.  Honors courses are designated with a 9 as the second digit in the four digit number, e.g.  Mathematics 1941 is Honors Calculus I.  See Academic Opportunities: University Honors Program for more information.

Five-year Master's Programs and Teacher Certification

The Biology, Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, and Physics Departments enable talented students to complete both a bachelor's degree in one of the above departments and a master's degree in Education in five years.

Students who want to combine teacher certification with a major in one of these areas may take a minor in Education during their undergraduate study. After earning a bachelor's degree in one of the aforementioned disciplines, students spend an additional year as a graduate student in the College of Education. Students who complete this program earn a Master of Education degree and are certified to teach in Pennsylvania schools. See the College of Education for more details.

Early Admission to Professional Programs

Students in the College of Science and Technology who have been admitted to health-related professional schools at the end of their third year and have completed 90 semester hours, including all requirements of the College and of their majors with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5, may petition the Dean for the transfer of their first year in professional study toward the completion of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts.

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Awards and Achievements

Awards

Juniors and seniors are often honored for outstanding performance in a variety of academic areas and for exceptional service to the College and the University. Information about these awards is available in departmental offices or in the Office of Student Services, 1810 Liacouras Walk, Room 203.

Phi Beta Kappa

See Supplemental Educational Opportunities: Honor Societies: Phi Beta Kappa.

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Student Associations

Majors' Associations

Many of the departments within the College of Science and Technology support student interest organizations known as Majors' Associations or Societies. Each department organization provides an opportunity for students to interact with faculty and other students who share similar interests. It is through these venues that students may influence course offerings, faculty recruitment, and departmental policy.

  • Temple University Biology Society
  • Temple University Chemistry Society
  • Association for Computing Machinery (CIS and IS&T)
  • Geology Society
  • Temple's Society for Undergraduate Mathematics
  • Temple University Physics Society

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