Majors and Minors

Our graduates serve in traditional science and mathematics positions, such as researchers or managers in chemical and biotechnology companies, physicists for NASA or technology companies, physicians and other health specialists, wildlife/natural resource scientists, explorers for mineral and energy resources, and K-12 or university teachers. But they also are competitive for positions in emerging areas, like biometrics, forensic science, neuroscience, public health, sustainable materials, sustainability and more.You can be part of this pace-setting, extraordinary world. You can make a difference.

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