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 31 bachelors and 26 graduate degrees—getting their hands dirty with grit and determination.
Notes from the Dean
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Myron Berry '96
M.A. in physical chemistry, Harvard - Ph.D. in chemistry, Syracuse - professor of chemistry at Michigan Technological University 1955 to 1984 - 1964 first recipient of Clair M. Donovan Award from Blue Key Society for service to the university - 1971 distinguished teaching award. From 1996 Induction to the College of Sciences and Arts Academy . . .
Michigan Tech's 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 committed faculty member and advisor.