Are science labs your second home?
Whether you’re studying stars through a telescope or cells through a microscope, the sciences engage your intellectual curiosity like nothing else. As a general science major, you’ll study at least three of these fields — biology, chemistry, computer science, physics, and psychology — and do advanced work in one of them, plus a year of math. You’ll gain confidence to pursue knowledge and ideas across disciplines, setting you up for professional success. You’ll be well prepared for graduate study in interdisciplinary fields such as biophysics and psychobiology or for a career in teaching, environmental science, medicine, law, or engineering.