MSU Preview Day

Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering & Technology

MSU Preview Day

Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering and Technology would like to invite you to a preview day on April 16, 2014. The event will be followed by All Campus Sing, located in the quad.


You will get a chance to meet the Dean, Dr. Stephen Cobb as well as several faculty members. There will be several drawings, giveaways, and lunch for you to enjoy.

The event will be located in the Freed Curd Auditorium, in the Collins Center for Industry and Technology building.


Please RSVP By April 14, 2014:

http://www.murraystate.edu/Students/Undergraduate/GettingStarted/CollegePreviews.aspx

11:00-12:00pm: Check in, welcome, meet and greet

12:00-1:00pm: $5 Lunch

1:00-1:30pm: Dr. Stephen Cobb, Dean of Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering and Technology

1:30-2:30pm: Mini tour of Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering & Technology

2:30-2:40pm: Closing Remarks

2:40-3:30pm: Self-guided tour of campus

4:00pm: All Campus Sing begins (optional)

Majors within Jesse D. Jones College of Science, Engineering & Technology

Applied Mathematics *Applied Physics * Applied Physics/MBA* Architectural Engineering Technology * Biology * Biology Education * Biomedical Sciences * Chemistry * Chemistry/Biochemistry * Chemistry/Forensics * Chemistry/Pre-MBA * Chemistry/Pre-medical/Pre-dental * Chemistry/Pre-Pharmacy *Chemistry Education * Civil Engineering 3+1(UofL) * Civil Engineering Technology * Construction Engineering Technology * Earth Science, Electromechanical Engineering Technology * Engineering Graphics & Design * Engineering Physics * Environmental Engineering Technology * Environmental Geology* Fisheries/Aquatic Biology * Geoarchaeology * Geographic Information Science *Interior Design * Manufacturing Technology * Mathematics * Mathematics/Pre-MBA* Mathematics Education* Molecular Biology* Physics* Physics Education* Pre-Optometry* Pre-Physical Therapy* Pre-Physician Assistant* Telecommunications Systems Management* Wildlife and Conservation Biology