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Shaw School of Sciences

Since our inception in 1890, Asbury University has been dedicated to providing an excellent integrated educational experience that develops the whole person academically and spiritually for leadership and service. Whether preparing students for advanced study or for professional employment, all academic programs of the University are grounded in the intellectual core of the liberal arts.

The Shaw School of Sciences offers a wide variety of opportunities. Students explore the intricacies of the natural world and the human body, develop analytical and modeling skills in mathematics, delve into the business and science of equine studies, and build leadership skills in an outdoor setting. Faculty challenge students to explore God’s world through a rigorous academic environment and hands-on experiences in research, programming and service. All of the courses in the  Shaw School of Sciences – whether biology, calculus,  equine conformation, or outdoor stewardship – are taught within a structure that promotes the integration of faith and learning.

Did you know we offer scholarships for science and math?

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