Knowlton Science Center
The Austin E. Knowlton Science Center will transform science education at Bluffton.
The 32,500 square foot building is designed for 21st century teaching and learning
for students in biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, pre-medicine, nursing and
dietetics. With the $4 million naming gift of the Austin E. Knowlton Foundation and
the support of many alumni and friends we can achieve our goal of funding the $14.5
million total project cost and opening a new science building in academic year 2020.
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As a student in the science department at Bluffton you will experience an intimate yet intense learning environment. The small size of the department, and the university, means that science students can and do pursue widely varying interests and activities including athletics and music.
The department offers majors in
- Allied Health Sciences, including dietetics, nursing and speech-language pathology and audiology
- Science education
Bluffton prepares teachers for Ohio certification in middle childhood science. Our science education majors normally finish their degrees in four years, plus a semester of student teaching.
A science education at Bluffton is also good preparation for a career in engineering.
If you major within the natural and applied sciences division (biology, chemistry, dietetics, mathematics, physics and pre-med) you may qualify for a renewable $17,000 to $18,000 science scholarship. >>>tell me more
Dr. John kraft award
A $5,000 loan/grant is available to a graduating senior who completes one full year of medical school. This financial support is awarded in the form of a loan that is cancelled upon completion of the first year of medical school. >>>more about pre-med