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College of Science Departments
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Biological Sciences
This program focuses on the study of living organisms including their structures, functions, distributions, and classifications. Departmental research focus areas are primarily in neuroscience, marine science, environmental science and ecology, and molecular, cellular, and developmental biology. Faculty have additional expertise in biotechnology, drug discovery, disease-oriented research, genetics, bioinformatics, aging, and more.

Chemistry and Biochemistry
This program focuses on the study of the properties and structures of matter and the chemical processes related to living organisms. Current department strengths are in chemistry, biophysical chemistry, biochemistry, and bioinformatics. Faculty research contributes to fields such as synthetic chemistry, biochemistry, physical chemistry, natural products, drugs from the sea, biomedical science, environmental science, molecular biology, proteomics, and bioinformatics.

Environmental Sciences Program
This program is multidisciplinary and focuses on human-caused problems, mostly in aquatic systems such as the Everglades, the Atlantic Ocean, and other major bodies of water found in South Florida. Program faculty come from multiple colleges and departments including Biological Sciences, Geosciences, Chemistry, Philosophy, Economics, Urban and Regional Planning, the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, and the Center for Environmental Studies. Program research is focused on aquatic animals and systems.

Geosciences
The Geosciences program has three main focus areas: earth systems science, human-environmental systems, and geo-information science. Research specialties include hydrogeology, paleontology and paleo-environments, human-environmental modeling, and urban and regional development. The department emphasizes fieldwork, GIS, remote sensing, and other analytical techniques in geospatial modeling, and encourages interdisciplinary research.

Mathematical Sciences
This program focuses on the study of quantity, structure, space, and change. The department specializes in algebra and analysis (both pure and applied), combinatorics, geometry, cryptography, dynamical systems, control theory, foundations of mathematics, mathematical biology, probability and statistics, and mathematics education.

Physics
This program focuses on the the study of matter, its motion through space and time, and related concepts such as energy and force. Active research areas in the department include classical and quantum gravity, astrophysics, physics of materials and biological systems, statistical mechanics, neuroscience, nonlinear systems, and medical physics.

Psychology
This program focuses on the study of behavior and mental processes. The department conducts research in five core areas of psychology: developmental, cognitive, social, evolutionary, and neuroscience. Students can gain expertise in cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, personality and social psychology, behavioral neuroscience, neuroscience, and the brain sciences.



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