The Department of Natural Sciences’ goal is to graduate students who are well versed in their area of interest. It is comprised of five undergraduate
academic areas: Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Sciences and Physics with four-year Bachelor’s of Science undergraduate degrees granted in Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, and Environmental Sciences. Teacher Education degrees are also granted in cooperation with the Education Department. Undergraduate research opportunities are available at a variety of internship sites. Both Master’s of Science (M.S.) degrees and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees are granted at the graduate
level in USM’s Marine, Estuarine and Environmental Sciences (MEES) programs and in the UMES Toxicology Program. DNS now offers a M.S. degree in Chemistry and has a certified M.S. degree in Fisheries Economics and Resource Management.
DNS also has a number of Educational Programs and Facilities, including (CREST), Living Marine Resource Cooperative and Science Center (LMRCSC) and the Paul E. Sarbanes Living Marine Reserach Center.
This month we will highlight Dr. Andres Morales, our Postdoctoral Research Associate in the CREST-CISCEP Program.
Spring Commencement Rehearsal