College of Science and Mathematics Videos
The College of Science and Mathematics (COSM) is one of the eight colleges that comprise Georgia Southern University. The College was created as the result of the consolidation of Georgia Southern’s College of Science and Mathematics and Armstrong’s College of Science and Technology.
The College offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs on both the Armstrong and Statesboro campuses through the Departments of
-Biology -Chemistry & Biochemistry -Geology & Geography -Mathematical Sciences -Military Science -Physics & Astronomy
In addition, the College offers the Associate of Science degree in the core curriculum (with science/math Area F concentration) and courses to meet the university’s general education requirements at the Liberty campus in Hinesville.
Across the three campuses, the College boasts state-of-the-art teaching and research labs, including those in support of geospatial technology, an aquatics lab, two microscopy suites, a mass spectrometry suite, and additional instrumentation necessary to support our faculty members’ diverse research interests and facilitate their numerous collaborations. Our Biological Sciences Building on the Statesboro campus was recognized as a Georgia Peach Green Building. Additionally, the College houses animal care spaces, greenhouses, herbaria, and an insectary where insects can be raised and studied. The College is also home to three large research collections (Herpetology, Entomology, and Botany). Our department of Chemistry and Biochemistry is accredited by the American Chemical Society to offer the ACS-certified degree in chemistry.
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