Natural Sciences Major
Study multiple science disciplines with the Bachelor of Arts in Natural Sciences and Bachelor of Science in Natural Sciences in Temple’s College of Science and Technology. This 123-credit undergraduate degree will prepare you for careers in trans-disciplinary fields of study, such as environmental and biophysical sciences, that require a broad understanding of science and its applications.
With careful selection of laboratory-based courses, students are well prepared for entry-level science positions and a variety of graduate programs, both disciplinary and interdisciplinary. The Natural Sciences Major provides a great basis for students wishing to enter graduate programs in education, forensic science, scientific writing or editing, or related science technology areas. Students may also tailor their class schedule to include some of the many courses required for a variety of pre-health and professional school programs.
You’ll learn how to
- approach and solve mathematical problems,
- communicate scientific research through electronic media, speaking and writing, and
- process and evaluate both real-life and theoretical quantitative data.
While studying the gamut of sciences, you’ll also acquire focused knowledge over four years by selecting a concentration in Biology, Chemistry, Geology or Physics.