Natural and Physical Sciences

Natural and Physical Sciences

Experience the thrill of scientific discovery in classes and labs under the guidance of world-class faculty and teaching assistants.

Natural and Physical Science areas of study in the Faculty of Arts and Science include Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Computing, Environmental Science, Geography, Geological Sciences, Life Sciences, Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy, Psychology, and Statistics. These programs will provide you with exciting opportunities to explore the world around us through careful observation, rigorous experimentation, and the application of lab-based skills to analyze and evaluate data. The School of Computing offers diverse, cutting-edge programs in Biomedical Computing, Cognitive Science, Computer Science, and Software Design, preparing you to find your place at the forefront of technological advancement. A new program called Computing and the Creative Arts crosses the boundaries between arts and sciences, strengthening students' skills in a truly multidisciplinary degree. Admission to a Bachelor of Computing program requires a separate application.

The Natural and Physical Sciences degree programs in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences includes: