General Science, B.A.
Explore General Science at Immaculata University
If you enjoy learning about the sciences, all of them, Immaculata’s B.A. in general science will give you a solid foundation in biology, chemistry, physics and math. The program also gives you the option to minor in another discipline that will diversify your skills and prepare you for a variety of interdisciplinary careers.
The flexible curriculum includes electives that allow you to customize your degree and focus on the areas of science that interest you.
At A Glance
Program: Bachelor of Arts
Audience: Undergraduate students
Format: Face-to-face classes
Next Start Date: August 26, 2024
Time to Completion Four years
"The courses at Immaculata academically and mentally prepared me to work in the field. Having the ability to choose electives allowed me to focus my studies on a specific topic that I found an interest in. Challenging at times, my professors were extremely knowledgeable, approachable, and wanted to see each of their students succeed. Learning with them in small classes helped me to stand out from other applicants, whether it be for an internship or job."
To enhance your academic coursework, you can participate in clubs and professional organizations, such as the American Chemical Society (ACS), the Bio-Chem Club, and Sigma Zeta National Science and Mathematics Honor Society. You can also engage in scientific research, either through an internship or through a project conducted under the direction of a faculty member.
With a B.A. in general science, you may choose to become a researcher, a doctor or health care worker. Immaculata will help you prepare for your career path by advising you on graduate school admission.
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