Study the physical sciences, math, computing at UW-Stevens Point
Students who pursue degrees in the physical sciences, mathematical sciences and computer sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point develop skills and acquire experience that prepare them for post-graduate success. Problem solving, data collection and analysis, research, time management and organization, communication and critical thinking skills are among those nurtured by UW-Stevens Point’s award-winning faculty and staff. Consider pursuing your secondary education in our physical sciences, math and computing departments.
Graduates in chemistry and biochemistry are very competitive in today's job market, and find employment in research, product development and education. About 35% of UW-Stevens Point chemistry and biochemistry graduates go on to graduate or professional schools.
Students earning degrees in computer information systems or web and digital media development find employment as application development specialists, computer programmers, database administrators, software developers and web or graphic designers.
The potential for practicing geography in private enterprise and government has grown considerably in recent years, in jobs such as cartographer, urban planner, surveyor, meteorologist, oceanographer, GIS analyst and soil conservationist.
A bachelor's degree in mathematics prepares students for jobs in statistics, computer programming, actuarial science, mathematical modeling, cryptography, data analysis, and teaching, to name just a few.
Upon graduation Physics and Astronomy students find satisfying and appropriate employment as engineers, contractors, researchers and teachers. Some students pursue post-graduate studies in applied physics, astrophysics, civil, environmental, mechanical and nuclear engineering and business administration.