Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering and Technology

 

Prepare for the future.

Six departments in the Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering and Technology prepare students for careers in a variety of fields with applications like physics, engineering, industrial technology, occupational safety and health, biological sciences, chemistry, wildlife conservation, earth and environmental science, sustainability, telecommunications systems management and so much more.

Our mission

The mission of the Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering and Technology is to provide quality educational experiences in science, mathematics, engineering, and technology at the undergraduate and graduate levels through excellent instruction, pure and applied research, and outreach to the service region.

Degree programs

We offer a variety of undergraduate and graduate degree options.

Biology

Includes Biology, Biomedical Sciences, Secondary Certification, Fisheries/Aquatic Biology, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Medicine, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Physician Assistant, Pre-Physical Therapy, and Wildlife and Conservation Biology.

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Chemistry

Includes Chemistry, Secondary Certification, Pre-Med and Pre-Dental, Pre-Pharmacy Students, Biochemistry, Forensics, and Polymer and Materials Science.

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Earth and Environmental Sciences

Includes Archaeology, Secondary Certification, Environmental Science, Geography and Geographic Information Science (GIS), Geology, GIS Certificate, Anthropology, Archaeology, Earth Science, Environmental Geology, and Social Science.

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School of Engineering

Includes Civil and Sustainability Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Advanced Physics, Construction and Architecture Management, Electromechanical Engineering Technology, Manufacturing Engineering, Physics - Pre MBA, Physics - Secondary Certification, Design Engineering Technology, Cybersecurity and Network Management, and associate degree options.

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Mathematics and Statistics

Includes Mathematics, Secondary Certification, Applied Mathematics, and Pre-MBA option.

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Occupational Safety and health

Includes a major in Occupation Safety and Health or a minor in Occupational Safety and Health.

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Program information in Spanish

Información disponible en español

 

At a glance

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1500

students
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$395K

in collegiate scholarships (2020-21)
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15:1

Student to Faculty ratio
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60

Academic Programs and Tracks
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250+

Study Abroad programs
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$810K

Received in grant funds (2019-20)

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Jesse D. Jones Scholars

Endowed Professors Appointed

In 2013, Dr. Jesse D. Jones established an endowment to support the appointment of distinguished tenured professors to be recognized for their outstanding teaching effectiveness, scholarly productivity, and engagement with campus and professional constituencies. The endowment guidelines indicate that successful nominees for this award will show continued promise for professional accomplishment resulting in increased visibility and recognition for Murray State and JCSET at the national and international levels, and benefiting the students of Murray State through enhanced learning opportunities.

We congratulate our colleagues for this well-deserved recognition. They represent our college well, and they certainly help achieve Dr. Jones’ generous goal of promoting the best qualities in an outstanding collegiate faculty.

Dr. Randal Keller
Jesse D. Jones Endowed Professor

Dr. Keller has been a Murray State faculty member since 1996. He earned his Ph.D. and Master of Science degrees in toxicology from Utah State University and his Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry from Eisenhower College. He did his post-doctoral training at the National Center for Toxicological Research in the Division of Biochemical Toxicology. He began his academic career in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences where he directed the Occupational and Environmental Health Program. He holds board certifications in the areas of toxicology, industrial hygiene and safety. Learn more about Dr. Keller

Give to Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering and Technology

Support the Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering and Technology, our departments, or our programs. Contact the Murray State Office of Development by phone at 270.809.3001, or Give Online.

 

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