Diversity is our strength.

Creating and maintaining an atmosphere of inclusion isn’t just the moral choice. Diverse communities improve educational outcomes. They broaden horizons and encourage innovation. They lead to happier, more fulfilled lives.

The Michigan Tech College of Sciences and Arts vows to foster a sense of belonging for all members
of our community, so that everyone can contribute their diverse talents, perspectives, and experiences to
enrich our campus and bring their full selves to their teaching, learning, and scholarship.

Get Your Hands Dirty

 

The College of Sciences and Arts fuels Michigan Tech Huskies with intellectualism, critical thinking, creativity, and innovation across multiple disciplines. Students are taught by leading experts in their fields and engage in cutting-edge research in 28 bachelors and  23 graduate degrees—getting their hands dirty with grit and determination. 

Notes from the Dean

What Our Students Are Saying

 

CSA Academy

Robert Nelson

Robert Nelson '66

After graduating from Michigan Tech in 1966 with a B.S. degree in Chemistry, Robert Nelson started a distinguished business career working for several chemical companies. He also did graduate work at Wayne State University. In 1974 he began selling stock plastic shapes and finished goods for an industrial plastics distributor. Abbot Plastics, of which he is half-owner, . . .

Undecided?

Student studying in the J. Robert Van Pelt and John and Ruanne Opie Library.

General Sciences and Arts program is designed to let students explore fields of study and career avenues for a semester or two under the direction of a faculty member.

  • 29
    bachelors degrees
  • 23
    graduate degrees
  • 1050+
    total enrollment
  • 190
    faculty