The College of Natural and Applied Science is central to the teaching, research, and service interests of the greater UHV community, a dynamic destination university in the Coastal Bend region of Texas. We prepare students with the skills and intellectual leadership needed in the public and private sector. Special emphasis is placed on providing students with the critical thinking and technological skills necessary for lifelong success, active citizenship, and global awareness.
The Bachelor of Science program in Computer Science is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, https://www.abet.org.
Dr. Sobolev's interests are in the field of molecular biogeochemistry. In essence, his work deals with the role of DNA in the global biogeochemical cycles, including those of such biologically important elements as nitrogen. In addition to his professional interests, Dr. Sobolev is into wildlife photography, sailing, scuba diving, world travel and endurance motorcycle riding.
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Educators. Researchers. Mentors.
Faculty at UHV College of Natural and Applied Sciences are educators first. They are talented experts in their chosen fields of research. Most importantly, the faculty are dedicated to mentoring their students so when our students graduate, our alumni grow into the next generation of talented experts in their fields of study. Are you ready to meet our faculty?
The professors impacted my education in so many ways, like working with me whenever I reach out to them on topics I don't seem to understand. UHV has the best Computer Information professors.
Alumni, 2021, Bachelor of Science Computer Science