The School of Behavioral & Natural Sciences aims to cultivate an understanding and appreciation of the creative and critical nature of scientific thought. Students acquire basic scientific knowledge and the ability to think critically, to interpret observations, and to clearly and concisely express ideas.
As one of the largest schools at Mount St. Joseph University, the School of Behavioral & Natural Sciences is comprised of eight departments: Biology, Chemistry, Computing, Criminology & Criminal Justice, Math, Paralegal Studies, Psychology, and Sociology & Social Work.
Many of the majors in the School of Behavioral & Natural Sciences provide a competitive foundation for students planning to pursue careers in research and education, as well as professional degrees in medicine and other health care fields.
Jadah Jackson balances school and playing on the volleyball team. Read More
During her time at the Mount, Mercy Mukiri, '18, has encountered a supportive community that offers numerous student and extracurricular experiences. Read More
Kelly Hardin, Ph.D., assistant professor of biology, has received an external research grant from the Neuromuscular Disease Foundation. Read More
Biology professor recognized at 71st Annual Scientific Meeting Read More