Bachelor of Science (BSc)

Reason, logic, observation, analysis, resourcefulness, creativity, imagination, experimentation and synthesis – these are the essence of science.

 
 

Students who complete a 4-year degree in a field related to math or a natural science usually receive a Bachelor of Science degree.

This article explains the requirements for earning a Bachelor of Science degree.

A Bachelor of Science (B.S.) is an undergraduate degree awarded to those who study mathematics or a natural science.

Most Bachelor of Science degree programs require students to take between 120 and 133 semester hours, or between 40 and 42 classes.

It usually takes students four years to earn a B.S.

degree.

These programs provide a focused education in a students’ major and often require fewer general education courses than do other undergraduate degree programs.

Bachelor of Science (BSc) Major Areas of Study 

Agricultural Science
Animal Health and Disease
Animal Science and Management
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Bioengineering Systems
Biotechnology
Cell and Developmental Biology
Chemical Systems
Chemistry
Civil Systems
Climate and Weather
Computational Biology
Computing and Software Systems
Data Science
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Electrical Systems
Environmental Engineering Systems
Environmental Science
Food Science
Forest Science
Genetics
Geography
Geology
Human Structure and Function
Immunology
Informatics
Marine Biology
Mathematical Physics
Mathematics and Statistics
Mechanical Systems
Mechatronics Systems
Microbiology and Immunology
Neuroscience
Pathology
Pharmacology
Physics
Physiology
Plant Science
Psychology
Spatial Systems
Zoology

 
 

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