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Explore Sciences at Fordham

Fordham science students have the opportunity to take courses with dedicated faculty who are leading experts in their discipline. Our small class sizes allow students to work closely with faculty and become involved in faculty-sponsored research projects. Fordham science and math students are competitive applicants for national and international opportunities such as National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates (NSF-REU) grants; Research Internships in Science and Engineering (DAAD RISE), and summer undergraduate research programs at other institutions. Graduates of our programs go on to study at top graduate and professional programs in the country or find employment after graduation.

Latest News and Announcements

Fordham Student Jeff Lockhart uses "Que(e)ry" to Shed Light on Issues for Sexual Minorities

Fordham Student Marian Rogers on the Front Lines of the Higgs Discovery

Dr. Daniela Jopp, Department of Psychology, Gains Media Attention for her Centenarian Research

Professor McKay in the Department of Psychology elected President of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies

Dr. Quamrul Haider, Department of Physics and Engineering Physics, Discovers New Form of Nuclear Matter

Fordham Partners with Four Bronx Institutions to form the Bronx Science Consortium

Three Fordham Graduates from the Department of Chemistry Win National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships

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Math Placement Exam Instructions

If you are an incoming freshman to Fordham College at Rose Hill and are planning to pursue the Pre-Health Program, the 3-2 Engineering Program, or major in one of the disciplines below, you must take the math placement exam. Additional information on the content of the math placement exams and the dates when they are offered is available.

Engineering Physics
Environmental Science
General Science
Integrative Neuroscience