As naturally curious beings, humans often ask questions and ponder the “whys” and “hows” of life. Then there are those who explore our world in search of answers to those questions and problems.
Degrees in the natural sciences and mathematics division are designed to provide students with a solid educational core, while allowing you to explore your interests and the connections of science, math, health and technology to other disciplines such as medicine, pharmaceuticals, the arts, psychology, computer science, engineering, business and communications.
The Conservation Science degree program at Friends University provides a unique cross-disciplinary educational experience designed to prepare students to work in and around the fields of biological and natural resource conservation.
Friends University is one of only three post-secondary schools in the United States to offer a hands-on, four-year zoo science degree, which is also affiliated with the AZA-accredited Sedgwick County Zoo.