Students seeking a baccalaureate degree, with a thorough grounding in the sciences, and desiring choice should consider the Bachelor of Science degree in science. The program is a multidisciplinary, offering student maximum flexibility. The study of mathematics, for example, may be adjusted students’ academic objectives. The curriculum can meet the entrance requirements for medical or dental school. Each student must officially declare a major before entering the sixth semester. The courses in a major vary from a total of 30 credits above the introductory level to not more than 42. Dual majors are permitted providing requirements are met. Candidates for all baccalaureate degrees must complete at least 128-131 credits of course work. Certain programs require more than 128 credits for the degree. See each major for specific requirements.
For matriculation in the science curriculum, successful completion of secondary school courses in elementary algebra and plane geometry and a year of science and required. Candidates for the Bachelor of Science degree must complete the following courses.
- B.S. in Science
- QUEST (BS/MAT) TEACHER PREPARATION - B.S. in Science (Elementary Edu. Conc.)
- QUEST (BS/MAT) TEACHER PREPARATION - B.S. in Science (Secondary Edu. Conc.)