School of Mathematics and Sciences
Discover your passion. Make a difference. Answer the questions you care about. Learn about yourself and the world around you...
It's Your Path and We Help You Get There.
The School of Mathematics & Sciences at Reinhardt offers you exciting academic programs that build the foundation for a successful future. As a student, you will have the opportunities for hands-on learning and field experiences that prepare you for whatever path you take after graduation—whether it's furthering your education in graduate school or entering a career in your field.
Degree programs are offered in Biology, Mathematics, Sociology and Psychology, as well as an associate's degree in Pre-Nursing.
Even though the associated fields courses are not part of a degree program, they give you a deeper understanding of a specific area of science.
Faculty Experienced In & Out of Classroom
You can learn from faculty who are experts of their field in the classroom and in the real world. From a molecular geneticist to a licensed therapist, the faculty are committed to your academic success and to challenge you to reach your fullest potential.
Minors Give You a Well-Rounded Experience
Do you want a program to complement your current degree program? You also have the option of minoring in an area of Mathematics and Sciences. You can choose from six different minors, from biology to social science research.
Make Your Biggest Discovery in the School of Mathematics & Sciences. For more information, contact Dr. William "Bill" DeAngelis, dean of the School of Mathematics & Sciences, professor of psychology and psychology program coordinator, at 770-720-9102 or WJD@reinhardt.edu
Sean Holder '06
My best advice to an incoming freshman or a current student at Reinhardt who is considering a degree program in the School of Mathematics and Sciences would be that "this is a program that will take dedication, a good work ethic, and perseverance to be successful at, but these are the same exact skills that will be needed to succeed in the next step of life - whether it is a graduate degree or a full-time job. Challenge yourself with a program that continues to push you to your utmost potential, supports you both personally and academically, and allows you to shine as an individual in your own interests."