Undergraduate Degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Sciences
Dive into an agronomy and animal science curriculum that explores the science behind production and research practices that feed, clothe, and fuel the world.
BVU offers two tracks in chemistry — professional and liberal arts — so that you can customize your career path or continue on to graduate school.
A computer science degree prepares you for a career in software development, computer security, robotics, information technology, and more.
Corporate math teaches you the quantitative, analytical, and critical thinking skills needed to excel in today’s data-driven corporate environment.
The environmental science degree combines the disciplines of biological science, conservation science, and physical science into an integrated approach of studying the environment and the world around us.
Become the numbers expert you’re made to be when you learn to develop, interpret, and communicate data in any organizational setting.
As a pre-engineering student at BVU, you’ll have access to a dual degree engineering program partnered with Washington University in St. Louis.
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What can I do with a degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math?
In BVU’s STEM program, you’ll learn how to compete with the best and adapt and grow in a changing scientific landscape. Conduct research out in the field or in a lab. Work with fellow conservationists and biologists or help grow hardier, higher-yielding crops. Get ahead in the high-demand field of computer science and IT or work alongside other scientists to discover the next game-changer. With a STEM degree from BVU, you’ll be prepared.