Today's world demands leaders and scientists who can develop innovative solutions in many fields. UW-Stout's Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Science combines science, liberal arts and technology, and prepares you for direct entry into a career or graduate program that's exactly right for you.
- Applied Physics: Apply physics concepts to develop technology, systems and devices; bridging physics and engineering.
- Industrial Chemistry: Apply principles of multiple chemistry disciplines to synthesize and characterize materials as well as develop scaled-up production methods.
- Interdisciplinary Science: Combine biology, chemistry, physics, and math courses with a minor to gain a broad knowledge base applicable to a variety of careers.
- Materials and Nanoscience: Study the extraction, synthesis, processing, properties, characterization and development of natural, man-made, bulk and nanoscale materials.
The Bachelor of Science in Applied Science is for students seeking science careers. The program stresses breadth in scientific concepts through coursework in biology, chemistry and physics, as well as an emphasis in technology and the liberal arts.
Superior Research Facilities
The Applied Science program provides cutting-edge labs and equipment designed with your needs in mind. Dubbed “the finest science building in the UW System,” Jarvis Hall provides you with the foremost facilities and instruments, so you can become an innovator in your chosen field.
- Ultrasonic Cell Disrupter
- UV/VIS Diode Array Spectrophotometer
- Differential Scanning Calorimeter System
- Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy
- NMR Spectrophotometer
- Gas Chromatography System
- Gas Chromatography Integrator
- Gas Chromatography Auto Sampler
- X-Ray Diffractometer
- Student Mac Lab and laser printer
- Ultracentrifuge System
- High Performance Liquid Chromatography System
- WISP Autosampler
- Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer
- Rotary Evaporator
- Polarized Light Microscopy
- Phase Contrast Microscope
- Capillary Electrophoresis
- Stereo Microscope
- Millikan Oil Drop
- E/m Ratio
- Helmholtz Coil
- Cathode Ray Tube
- Geiger-Mueller Tube
- Bragg Scattering
- Rydberg Constant