Science and Technology at SUNY Fredonia


Fredonia Science Center
201 Houghton Hall
The State University of New York at Fredonia
Fredonia, NY 14063
Ph: 716-673-3285


Dr. Holly Lawson
Project Shepherd

Markus Kessler
Director of Facilities Planning

John Kijinski
Dean, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Betty Gossett
Associate Vice President for University Development

David Tiffany
Vice President for University Advancement & Executive Director of the Fredonia College Foundation

Fredonia has a rich tradition of excellence in the study of all areas of Science, Technology, Engineering & Technology (STEM) and in science teacher certification.  Our students enjoy interacting with master teachers in small class settings that encourage interdisciplinary teaching and learning.  We also emphasize experiential education with significant laboratory coursework, independent research and internship opportunities. 

STEM Programs at SUNY Fredonia

Undergraduate Programs

Biological Sciences

Chemistry

Computer and Information Sciences

Environmental Sciences

Geosciences

Mathematical Sciences

Physics

Teacher Certification Programs: 

There are several paths for teacher certification at Fredonia.  Adolescence education programs in all areas of natural science and mathematics lead to initial NYS certification.  Professional certification can be granted through the Masters in Science Education:  Mathematics or the Master of Science in Education: Curriculum & Instruction.  Individuals with a B.S. degree in a natural science can earn an initial certification in adolescence education with the Masters of Arts in Teaching program.

Initial Certification

Professional Certification

Graduate Programs


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