College of Sciences and Health Professions

Welcome to the College of Sciences and Health Professions!

The largest of CSU's colleges, the College of Sciences and Health Professions has more than 110 full-time faculty and 3,000 students in Mathematics & StatisticsPhysicsChemistryBiological, Geological, and Environmental Sciences, as well as Psychology, and the School of Health Sciences.

In addition, 18 master’s degrees, 45 undergraduate majors, 4+1 programs and licensure examinations in the health sciences all focus on educating future researchers in basic and applied science, clinicians in a wide array of health and social service professions, and teachers in mathematics and science. It is home to the Center for Gene Regulation in Health and Disease and the office of Pre-Professional Health Programs with college partnerships with the Cleveland Clinic Learner Research Institute, National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, and the American Heart Association

Graduate programs include joint doctorate programs in Regulatory Biology and Clinical Bioanalytical Chemistry with the Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute, Adult Development and Aging with the University of Akron, and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. More about COSHP.

The College reaffirms its commitment to inclusiveness and creating a safe and supportive environment for all members of the CSU campus community. Please visit the Dean's Diversity Council for more information.