The mission of the School of Science and Technology is to offer students baccalaureate and associate level educational opportunities in the basic and applied sciences, mathematics, multimedia design, computing and technology. Courses in these fields are also provided to students in support of their general education requirements. Baccalaureate degrees are provided in the following fields of study: agriculture, biology, biology education, chemistry, computer information systems, computer science, information technology, mathematics, mathematics education, medical technology, multimedia design, physics, and technology. Associate in applied science degrees are provided in computer information systems, electronic engineering technology, information technology, and multimedia design. Programs leading to teacher licensure/certification are offered in biology, chemistry, and mathematics.
The Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) program complements a student's chosen field of study by developing the leadership skills required in a leader. Lower division courses are open to all students with no military obligation. The program emphasizes leadership development through a combination of campus and off-campus classes and activities. Students may apply for 4, 3 and 2 year Army scholarships. Students who complete the program are eligible for a commission as a second lieutenant in the Active Army, Army Reserve or Army National Guard.
In supporting Cameron's role as an interactive university the School creates, transmits and utilizes existing and new basic and applied knowledge in meeting the needs of its constituents (students, citizens, organizations) in the University's Southwest Oklahoma regional service area, and beyond. In addition, the School is regularly involved in a wide variety of outreach activities and programs such as presentations at schools, camps, conferences, seminars, symposia and workshops.