The College of Sciences and Mathematics at Belmont University offers:
- Majors and courses that prepare students for careers or advanced studies in graduate or professional schools
- Opportunities to participate in independent research using state-of-the-art facilities and present findings nationally
- Small class sizes taught by experts in their field
- There are typically 20-30 students in introductory level courses and even fewer in advanced courses.
- Active learning environments in a student-centered Christian community that make the connection between learning about science and doing science
- A range of internship opportunities on and off campus
- Academic advisors that are full-time faculty in our students' areas of study
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