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.
* Majors specific to K-12 educators.
|Minor or Specialization||Department or Program|
|Actuarial Science, Minor||Actuarial Science|
|Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering||Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering|
|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.