The College of Sciences was created by a separation from the College of Sciences and Liberal Studies. The new College was established in anticipation of the growing importance of interdisciplinary scientific technology-and its establishment has proven to be both wise and timely.

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  • School of Applied Physiology (AP) [104]

    Applied Physiology offers cutting-edge instruction coupled with sound clinical training and a foundation in movement science.
  • School of Biology [810]

    Faculty research interests are within four broad categories: Ecology, Evolution and Behavior (sensory and chemical ecology, marine sciences), Microbiology (environmental, molecular), Cell and Molecular Biology (including ...
  • School of Chemistry and Biochemistry [1614]

    Georgia Tech's School of Chemistry and Biochemistry includes 34 faculty members with a wide variety of interests in chemical research and education. The department attracts a high level of research funding and individual ...
  • School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (EAS) [653]

    The School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences prepares students for professional careers in environmental science and meteorology, and research careers in climate dynamics, atmospheric chemistry and air quality, oceanography, ...
  • School of Mathematics [605]

    A unit of Georgia Tech's College of Sciences, is among the nation's top public university Mathematics departments
  • School of Physics (SoP) [829]

    The School of Physics at Georgia Tech is well known for its high academic standards and stands among the top ranked schools. It offers a dynamic environment for research and education in many areas of physics.
  • School of Psychology [735]

    The School of Psychology advances scientifically derived knowledge of human and animal behavior through research; transmits that knowledge through publication and teaching; and applies that knowledge to the betterment ...

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