Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Technology

Our natural science programs - biology, chemistry, and math - examine the foundations of the natural world, and prepare you for the rigors of the professional world or graduate school.

Elms College's computer information technology (CIT) program has two tracks: design, and information technology. The design track delves into the creative side of computer technology, including video games, Internet advertising, photo manipulation, and graphic design. Our IT track covers website and traditional programming, database design, tech support, and networks and security.

You learn in a hands-on environment with ample laboratory time, and often assist faculty in their research. Our programs give you the opportunity to master your chosen discipline as well as lay a foundation of expertise in related fields.

Our natural sciences graduates have gone on to become teachers, researchers, lab assistants, and medical professionals. Our CIT graduates become programmers, game developers, graphic designers and other IT professionals.


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