Faculty of Science
The Faculty of Science is home to all of the University's Schools and departments relating to science subjects.
Undergraduate Faculty of Science degrees awarded include:
- Bachelor of Science (BSc)
- Master in Biochemistry (MBiochem)
- Master in Biology (MBiol)
- Master in Chemistry (MChem)
- Master in Geology (MGeol)
- Master in Marine Biology (MMarBiol)
- Master in Mathematics (MMath)
- Master in Physics (MPhys)
- Master in Science (MSci)
- General Bachelor of Science (BSc)
There are also two gateway courses for students interested in studying Computer Science or Physics and Engineering.
Postgraduate Faculty of Science degrees awarded include:
- Master of Science (MSc)
- Master of Research (MRes)
Schools and departments within the Faculty of Science include:
- Computer Science
- Earth and Environmental Sciences
- Geography and Sustainable Development
- Mathematics and Statistics
- Physics and Astronomy
- Psychology and Neuroscience.
The Dean of the Faculty of Science is Professor Tom Brown. Find out more about the Deans.
Prospective students can find out more about the Faculty of Science, including degree structure and entry requirements on the Study at St Andrews website.