Undergraduate Degree Programs
Plunge into a major, minor or specialization that captivates your interest.
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degrees requires more science and mathematics credits and is for careers in the sciences or for graduate/professional school.
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degrees requires more humanities and social science credits and is for careers in teaching, public policy, technical sales, law and communications.
Biological Science Majors
Physical Science Majors
* Majors specific to K-12 educators.
Minors & Specializations
|Minor or Specialization||Department or Program|
|Actuarial Science, Specialization||Actuarial Science|
|Environmental and Sustainability Studies, Minor||Residential Initiative on the Study of the Environment|
We've developed a very unique program for academically talented undergraduates. Students enrolled in a B.S. program have the opportunity to consider enrolling in graduate courses and conducting research toward a M.S. degree after completing the first two years of their bachelor’s degree. The M.S. degree must be in a Natural Science major. For more information, contact The Office of Student Affairs.