Why study sciences at Washington State University?
At WSU, there is a wide range of programs that you can discover when you decide to study the sciences. From studying species through animal science to taking the forensic science route to crime solving, there are many routes that you can take and develop into your desired career.
- WSU focuses on the development of its research in science. Whether you are interested in food, clean energy or the environment, you will be learning at an institution where scientists have made advances in these fields.
- As the university continues to focus on the development of their science-based programs, WSU has funded $360.5 million in research and development expenditures in 2018 according to the National Science Foundation.
- WSU's 38 STEM-designated programs are composed of science programs like Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Crop Science, Data Analysis, Earth Sciences (Geology), Food Science, Forestry, Genetic and Cell Biology, Immunology and Infectious Diseases, Neuroscience, Physics and Astronomy, Plant Biology, Plant Pathology, Soil Sciences and Zoology.
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