Steven Bachrach, Dean
Reed Hall 103, (540) 831-5958
Christine J. Small, Associate Dean
Reed Hall 103, (540) 831-5958
The Artis College of Science and Technology prepares students with skills and expertise essential to the Commonwealth of Virginia and the nation. The college emphasizes the theory and applications of science, mathematics, and technology. The college develops students’ creative and critical thinking skills and teaches students to analyze problems and implement solutions to a vast array of challenges in our local, national and global communities. Students will be prepared to bring creative and socially responsible innovations to the workplace and to society.
Students in the college earn a bachelor’s degree in:
Anthropological Sciences with a concentration in Forensic Anthropology, Field Archaeology, Bioarchaeology, or General Anthropology
Chemistry with concentrations in Professional Chemist, Advanced Professional Chemist, Biochemistry: Life Sciences and Pre-Health, Advanced Biochemistry and Forensics
Computer Science and Technology with concentrations in Computer Science, Database, Software Engineering and Networks
Geospatial Science with concentrations in Environmental and Geoinformatics
Geology with concentrations in General Geology, Engineering and Environmental Geosciences and Earth Sciences.
Information Science and Systems with concentrations in Information Systems and Decision Science, Healthcare Information Systems, Information Systems Security and Information Systems and Web Development.
Mathematics with concentrations in Applied Mathematics, Statistics, and Traditional Mathematics
Medical Laboratory Science
Physics with concentrations Experimental and Theoretical Physics, Astrophysics, Biophysics, and Physics Education
Students can also enroll in interdisciplinary concentrations outside the college, just as minors and concentrations in the Colleges of Science and Technology are available for majors of RU’s other five colleges (Business and Economics, Education and Human Development, Humanities and Behavioral Sciences, Waldron College of Health Sciences and Visual and Performing Arts).
The college also offers a Master of Science in Data and Information Management. Exceptional undergraduate students at Radford University enrolled in the Computer Science and Technology or Information Science and Systems undergraduate programs may apply for the accelerated program and complete requirements for the baccalaureate and master’s degrees in five rather than six years. To learn more about this program, go to http://www.radford.edu/content/csat/home/daim.html.
Students must have a grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.0 in all courses taken at Radford to graduate with the Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree. In addition, students must have at least a 2.0 GPA in all courses required by the major and all courses required by the concentration. For the purpose of computing the major GPA, please see the requirements specified by each major and concentration in their respective sections of this catalog.