College of Sciences
The College of Sciences consists of nine academic departments and one school, which offer graduate degree programs in Anthropology, Biology, Chemistry, Nicholson School of Communication, Forensic Sciences, Mathematics, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology and Statistics. The College of Sciences also supports interdisciplinary programs in Biomedical Science and Modeling and Simulation.
The mission of the College of Sciences' Office of Graduate Services is to provide students, staff, and faculty with quality service and support to promote graduate education. This office is available as a resource to students and administrators from recruitment to degree completion; enhancing intellectual development and encouraging excellence in every student and graduate program.
- Advises graduate students in cooperation with programs;
- Provides advisement that is responsible, appropriate, and offered with confidence and integrity;
- Serves as a liaison between the university College of Graduate Studies and programs;
- Helps staff and faculty administer and develop graduate programs; and
- Oversees graduate education in the college to maintain academic standards and uphold UCF's graduate policies and regulations.
Student performance and progress in graduate programs is monitored by the Graudate Program, College's Graduate Services Office, and the College of Graduate Studies.
Questions concerning university and college graduate policies affecting Sciences graduate students should be directed to the Office of Graduate Services in the College of Sciences:
- Michael Johnson, Dean
- Teresa Dorman, Associate Dean
- Florian Jentsch, Associate Dean
- Jana Jasinski, Associate Dean