In the Natural and Applied Sciences Division, we create innovative classroom experiences.
We get to know our students personally — ultimately sending off graduates with inquisitive minds and creative habits. We value the pursuit of knowledge, offering opportunities for student-faculty collaborative research that builds wonder and wisdom while expanding understanding. We care about each other, seeking to err on the side of generosity and graciousness in our interactions. We care about this place, realizing how fortunate we are to work in inspiring spaces with state of the art equipment.
In the Natural and Applied Sciences at Hope College, you will join a community where caring is the basis of our commitments and the foundation of our successes.
Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Take the opportunity to engage both fields using state-of-the-art technologies and by participating in research in both the biology and chemistry departments.
One of the largest departments on Hope’s campus, we have a renowned program for training students in the study of life on every level, from molecular to ecological.
Our nationally recognized chemistry department provides students with a rigorous introduction to chemistry-related fields through professional involvement, scholarly development and an emphasis on faculty-student research.
The computer science department develops students who are well-versed in algorithmic computing through an emphasis on new technologies and techniques.
Our program prepares graduates for professional practice or advanced studies by providing a broad education in engineering fundamentals in a liberal arts context.
Geological & Environmental Science
Spend time outdoors studying the Earth first hand to learn the fundamentals of mineralogy, geochemistry, mapping, groundwater, fossil identification and more.
Become a mathematical problem solver in an environment that equips students to pursue a challenging career in teaching, research, and industry.
Gain an understanding of the fundamental principles of neuroscience through a foundation in research that promotes process of discovery and inquiry-based learning.
Our department prepares nurses with the knowledge, skills and competencies essential for effective nursing practice all within the context of the Christian faith.
With over $1 million in recent grants for renovation and research, our department is one of the leading undergraduate physics programs in the country.
Natural and Applied Science Programs
A. Paul Schaap Science Center35 East 12th StreetRoom 2000Holland, MI 49423