The College of Science comprises 16 academic departments and programs that offer 17 disciplinary degrees, containing 45 options among them, as well as 11 pre-professional options. Science is one of the university’s largest academic units with approximately 300 faculty, 465 graduate students, 2796 undergraduate students, and 100 management service and classified personnel. Additionally, these faculty and students collaborate in three of the university’s world-class research centers, namely the Linus Pauling Institute, the Environmental Health Sciences Center, and the Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing. The College supports seven partnerships that bring science and mathematics education to the teachers, students, and parents in Oregon’s K-12 community. The total annual instructional and research budget supporting the College of Science is approximately $54,000,000.