Natural and Social Sciences

Natural science departments aim to provide the background and experience necessary for professional work in the natural sciences, for continuation of the study of natural science in graduate school, and to stimulate and interrelate scientific thinking with other disciplines. A belief in the God of the Bible as the Creator and Sustainer of the universe is a basic presupposition.

Courses of study are offered in applied health science, biology, chemistry, computer science, environmental studies, geology, mathematics, and physics, with cooperative programs in engineering and nursing. Assistance is provided for all students to help them make appropriate educational plans and career choices. This aid is given by the student's faculty advisor, by department chairs, and by the Director of Health Professions, who maintains files of resource materials for student use.

Natural Science

Applied Health Science

Computer Science

Geology

Physics

Biology

Engineering

Mathematics

Science Teacher Education

Chemistry

Environmental Studies

Nursing

Social Science

Anthropology

Education

Psychology

Business Economics

International Relations

Sociology

Economics

Political Science

Special Programs and Facilities

HNGR Program

Urban Studies

Pre-Health Professions

Wheaton College Science Station

Pre-Law Program