The College of Science and Mathematics (CSAM) is the second largest college within the University. CSAM is the home of instruction and research in the many fields of science, mathematics, health science, and nursing. Our goals are:

To enhance the educational opportunities for undergraduates and graduate students;
To enhance health, science and mathematics education in Arkansas;
To expand research opportunities for faculty and students and
To strengthen our many partnerships with schools, corporations and government in order to improve the economic strength of our region.

ETAS BUILDINGCSAM is located in the ETAS building and is the second largest college within the University.

Consisting of seven departments, the College of Science and Mathematics offer several degrees. An associate degree of nursing that prepares students to become an RN is offered in nursing. Baccalaureate degrees are offered with majors in biology, chemistry, environmental health sciences, health sciences, geology, health professions, mathematics, nursing, and physics. CSAM also offers students pre-professional curricula for professional areas requiring a background in science or technology as well as liberal arts. Some of these areas are dentistry, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy, and veterinary medicine. The college also offers a Master’s degree in biology, chemistry, health sciences, integrated sciences, mathematics and applied mathematics, and doctoral programs available through applied science and bioinformatics.

The college has a number of scholarships available in the various program areas. For more information contact the departmental offices.

And on a side note…….The College of Science and Mathematics congratulates the UALR Men’s and Women’s Basketball Teams on the great achievement of reaching the 2011 NCAA Basketball Tournament . In particular The College of Science and Mathematics would like to congratulate on the Men’s Team Solomon Bozeman, SBC Men’s Tournament Most Outstanding Player as well as the SBC 2011 Player of the Year. On the Women’s Team, Chastity Reed, SBC Women’s Tournament Most Outstanding Player and SBC 2011 Player of the Year and Shanika Butler who received All Tournament Team honors, for their tremendous accomplishments. Solomon is majoring in Health Sciences. Chastity and Shanika are majoring in Health and Exercise Science. Read entire article….

The College of Science and Mathematics sends Congratulations to the UALR Baseball Trojans for winning the 2011 Sun Belt Conference Championship and making the NCAA Baseball Tournament.

Congratulations also goes out to Senior Garret Graziano (Biology major) who was named Most Outstanding Player at the 2011 Sun Belt Tournament. Graziano was joined on the All-Tournament Team by junior Greg Garcia, and seniors Travis Henke (Health Science) and Casey McCollum (Health Science) … Garcia was also named Primetime Player of the Week by CollegeBaseball360.com for the week of May 23-29. Read entire article…..

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