Associate Professor of Computer Science|Dean, School of Natural & Health Sciences


The School of Natural and Health Sciences presents an opportunity to study, Athletic Training, Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Nursing, Physics, and Science.

All degrees

For a list of all Limestone University degrees, visit:

limestone.edu/degrees

Program Name Professor
Athletic Training, Nursing & Health Sciences Ms. Vanessa Fulbright
Biology & Physical Sciences Dr. Tamara McGovern
Chemistry Dr. Jay Ratliff
Computer Science Dr. Jane Watkins
Mathematical Sciences Dr. Stephen Fast

Additional Programs

Program Name Professor
Center for Teaching, Learning & Innovation Dr. Justin Bailey, Director
Liberal Studies Program Ms. Megan Anderson, Coordinator
Nursing Program Dr. Amber Williams, Director
Teacher Education Program Dr. Jim Hale, Director

Minors are offered in Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science Software Applications, Computer and Information Systems Security, and Mathematics.

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Mathematics Education prepares students for teaching mathematics in grades nine through twelve. Students who complete the Mathematics Education program graduate with South Carolina certification in secondary mathematics. As students complete the requirements for the education portion of their degree, they become prepared to lead their own classrooms.

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Students come to Limestone with diverse backgrounds in mathematics. The first task of the department is to determine the student's appropriate placement in the sequence of mathematics courses.

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Health Sciences majors take courses to prepare them for careers in health care from both the scientific and psychosocial perspectives. Required courses common to a  majority of graduate programs are required for the major core, while elective courses are selected by the student based on their intended profession.

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Computer programmers are key components of the technology industry in their role of designing and maintaining information systems as well as writing code for a variety of businesses and organizations.

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Professionals who work in today's technology arena need the skills to successfully manage information resources.  Whether the customers of an organization are internal or external, their needs must be met and, in most cases, the bulk of the responsibility lies on the shoulders of information technologists.  Students preparing for the "real world" need to know what is expected of them

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Computer, information, and physical security are becoming more important at an exponential rate since the tragedies of September 11, 2001. Because of these events and new threats, the necessity for computer and information systems security has moved to the forefront.

Associate of Science (A.S.)

The Computer Science and Information Technology Department at Limestone offers a concentration in Programming for those students interested in a programming career. The department provides the students with current programming tools that help them develop the skills necessary to succeed in graduate school as well as in their future professions.

Associate of Science (A.S.)

In this Associate of Science program, students take core courses in Microcomputer Applications, Basic Concepts of the Internet and World Wide Web, Operating Systems and Network Fundamentals, various Programming courses, amongst others.

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Many of our students elect to enter graduate or professional schools, including medical, dental, veterinary, medical technology, pharmacy, physical therapy. and physicians assistant programs. Some of our graduates have entered the teaching profession, some work in the industry, and others have gone on to state or federal government positions in forestry, agriculture, or research.

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Biology majors may select from academic coursework appropriate to their interests and career goals and in preparation for additional post-graduate or professional education.

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

The Health Sciences Major with a concentration in Pre-Occupational Therapy prepares students for graduate work in Occupational Therapy.

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

The Health Sciences Major with a concentration in Pre-Physical Therapy prepares students for graduate work in Physical Therapy.

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

The Health Sciences - Pre-nursing major concentration prepares students for post-baccalaureate or graduate work in Health Sciences, entry into professional schools, or entry into accelerated baccalaureate nursing programs. Required courses common to a majority of post-baccalaureate programs are required as the major core, while elective courses are selected by the student&nb

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

The Health Sciences - Pre-Athletic Training Major concentration prepares students for graduate work in the Athletic Training health professions. Health Sciences majors take courses to prepare them for graduate work in the Athletic Training profession and prepare them for careers in health care from both the scientific and psychosocial perspectives. Required courses comm

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.)

The nursing program provides the RN-BSN completion curriculum to Registered Nurses (RNs) who wish to earn the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree. The curriculum builds on previously acquired knowledge and skills by adding coursework in social sciences, nursing research, leadership, communication, professionalism, information management, genetics, population hea