The faculty is committed to providing the liberal arts education, offering students undergraduate degrees with the opportunity for broad exposure to an outstanding education in the traditional humanities and social science disciplines through its diverse and internationally-oriented programmatic offerings.
The Math Major studies quantities, forms, and symbolic logic in such subjects as algebra, geometry, calculus, logic, topology, and number theory.
Mathematics Major Courses
2. Linear Algebra
4. General Analysis
6. Complex Variable
7. Measure Theory
Graduates in this major typically begin careers in areas such as education (high school teachers), actuarial science, business, statistics, pharmaceuticals, and programming.
The Physics Major equips students with the laws of nature and the relationship between energy and matter.
Physics Major Courses
3. Theoretical Mechanics
4. Atomic and Nuclear Physics
5. Physical Optics
6. Solid States
Graduates in this major will be able to find their careers in physics majors include academic and industrial research, electronics, alternative energy development, communications or the vital area of medical physics.
The Biology Major exposes students to a wide variety of field, laboratory, and classroom experiences fundamental to the life sciences. Through selected electives, students can concentrate on specific areas of interest such as marine biology, ecology, microbiology, botany, zoology, or molecular biology.
Biology Major Courses
1. General Biology
2. Invertebrate Zoology
3. Cell Biology
5. Molecular Biology
6. Aquatic Biology
7. Marine Biology
8. Ecology and Evolution
Graduates in this major will be able to work as high school teacher, medical/clinical laboratory technologist,
pharmacy technician, biotechnology research associate, and research technician.
The Chemistry Major equips students with the principles of atoms, molecules and the properties of
compound substances; how they are structured, how they function, and how they change energy
when combined with other substances.
Chemistry Major Courses
1. Organic and Inorganic Chemistry
2. Analytical Chemistry
3. Polymer Chemistry
4. Food Chemistry
5. Environmental Chemistry
6. Chemistry of Color
Graduates in this major will be able to find a wide variety of positions in industry, education, or public service.
Khmer Linguistics Major
The Khmer Linguistics Major deals with the structure of Khmer language (including syntax, phonetics, and grammar), the relationships between the language, and the way language change over time.
Khmer Linguistics Major Courses
2. Khmer Literature
4. Phonetics and Phonology
6. Asian Cultures
Graduates in this major can be employed as teachers, staff of governmental and non-governmental organizations.