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Our students and faculty study the application of a broad range of sciences and technologies to problems of current societal importance. The School of Integrated Sciences is home to three undergraduate degrees (ISAT, Geographic Science, and Intelligence Analysis), a Master’s degree in Environmental Management and Sustainability, a graduate certificate in Cyber Intelligence and an undergraduate degree in Biotechnology that is offered in partnership with the departments of Biology and Chemistry. These programs emphasize hands-on learning, holistic thinking, and innovative approaches to challenging issues. Our students and faculty partner to create and communicate solutions to a wide range of societal challenges.

Mission

The School of Integrated Sciences empowers students to analyze and solve real-world, human problems by integrating scientific, technological, business, and social aspects of these problems, and to communicate innovative solutions to a diverse audience.

Graduate Programs
Undergraduate Enrollment
  • 381 students enrolled in the Integrated Science and Technology Major
  • 184 student enrolled in the Geographic Science Major
  • 255 students enrolled in the Intelligence Analysis Major
Graduate Enrollment
  • 18 students enrolled in the M.S. Environmental Management and Sustainability Program

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