Education Within a Christian Enviroment

Our students are challenged to expand their analytical skills, gain hands-on experience within a number of field settings, and develop a spirit of service that will benefit the William Carey community as well as communities throughout the world. Through these learning opportunities, science students master knowledge and skills that are foundational to the pursuit of professional and graduate degrees and marketable to a variety of educational, healthcare, and business settings.

Enriching Life
Through Study

We are here to assist you in furthering your educational and career aspirations. Our faculty and staff strive to improve the scientific literacy of all William Carey students by providing a number of excellent opportunities for comprehensive undergraduate and graduate education within a Christian environment.

Please take a moment to explore the departmental web pages for more specific information on our programs of study, and then contact us to schedule visit with a faculty advisor.

Meet the Dean

Dr. Frank Baugh

Dr. Frank G. Baugh was named Dean of the School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences in 2007. He joined the Carey faculty in 2005 as an assistant professor of psychology. He was promoted to the position of dean of graduate programs and dean of the School of Psychology and Counseling in 2006. The School of Psychology and Counseling was reorganized in 2007 and renamed the School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences.

Dr. Baugh served as the associate dean of academics affairs for the William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM) from its inception in 2008 while maintaining his full-time responsibilities as dean of the sciences and graduate programs. He retired from the COM in 2012.

Dr. Baugh is also Carey’s Faculty Athletic Representative (FAR) to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).

Prior to joining Carey, Dr. Baugh completed a doctoral residency (2003-2004) in clinical psychology with an emphasis in behavioral medicine, trauma at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Salem, Virginia. Following his residency, he accepted a postdoctoral fellowship (2004-2005) in consulting with the Veterans Health Administration National Center for Organization Development in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he provided business consultation services to senior leadership of Veteran Affairs Medical Centers nationwide.

Dr. Baugh’s professional, civic, and community activities are numerous. He maintains professional interest in program development, sport and performance enhancement consultation, organization development, psychological preparedness, emotional competence and psychotherapy.