Natural Science


The Division of Science includes the disciplines of Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geology, and Physics.  The course offerings in these disciplines are designed to develop in all students a better understanding of the principles of science; to better equip them to meet the needs of a technological society; and to provide the student with the professional competence necessary to successfully pursue a career in one of these disciplines.  The Natural Science faculty encourages cooperation with other disciplines in the total education of the student.  A student may pursue a B.A. or B.S. degree with a major Biology or Chemistry or a B.S. or B.A. degree within the Environmental Science Area. 

Teacher Certification is available with a major in Biology or Chemistry. Minors are available in Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, and Physics.  

Pre-Dental, Pre-Engineering, Pre-Medical, Pre-Medical Technology, Pre-Nursing, Pre-Optometry, Pre-Pharmacy, and Pre-Veterinarian students are advised by members of the Natural Science Faculty.

Science Links

Spotlight on Natural Science

Earth Day

Student Spotlight

For those interested in more info regarding science study at CU here is a great article regarding presidential scholars, of which, all of those featured are science division students.

For admissions information or to schedule a visit to the Campbellsville University Science department in the College of Arts and Sciences, please contact: or call, 1(800)264-6014.

The Hoffman House and Silvicultural Center

The Hoffman House and Silvicultural Center located at 305 Collins Lane, Campbellsville, Ky., is a 20+ acre property consisting of a log house and approximately 15-acre walnut plantation in a secluded, natural setting only 10 minutes from campus or 5 minutes from Clay Hill Memorial Forest. The house is equipped with a full bath, kitchen, two “classrooms”, and a sitting area. The site is available for uses such as housing for visiting researchers, academic sabbaticals, classroom use, and departmental retreats. The Center is managed by the Natural Science Division Environmental Studies Program Coordinator. For more information contact the Natural Science Division at 270-789-5062 or email