Charlene D. Crawley
The interdisciplinary program in science provides students with a broad, yet fundamental, grounding in the sciences. In addition to the spectrum of required mathematics and science courses, students select a concentration from biology, chemistry, health preparation/professional science or physics. The health preparation/professional science concentration is particularly suited for students interested in careers in the health professions.
Students completing this curriculum earn a Bachelor of Science in Science.
For information concerning the program and advising, contact the program coordinator. Selected faculty in biology, chemistry, mathematical sciences and physics are the academic advisers for this program.
Last update: 4/5/2012
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