Build, model, experiment, and code. Reason logically and creatively about computational, mathematical, and physical systems. Work with modern computing and research technology.
Note: You can join or leave a Path of Study at any time and your credits will always count toward your Bachelor’s degree.
Careful observations of computational, mathematical, and physical systems reveal an underlying order, which mathematicians and scientists seek to understand, explain, and predict through model building, experimentation, logical reasoning, and creative insight. Studies in Chemistry, Computer Science, Geology, Mathematics, and Physics prepare you for careers and graduate study in a variety of fields, from alternative energy to cybersecurity to education to climate science. You will:
- Gain hands-on experience with cutting-edge computing, lab, and research technology throughout your science studies.
- Engage directly with faculty and your classmates, learning collaboratively through an interdisciplinary and context-based lens.
- Develop the skills and practices that you’ll need as you join the ranks of mathematicians and scientists who seek to understand and explain the structures of the world around us.
- Design and carry out individual and collaborative projects; these often lead to advanced research and other kinds of independent capstone projects.
Ultimately, you’ll become an analytical and ethical scientist and citizen, an effective team member, and a creative problem solver, with the skills to convey complex ideas to diverse audiences.
This Path can prepare you for careers in
- Alternative energy
- Data science
- Climate science
- Computer programming and software
- Finance and actuarial science
Graduate school opportunities beyond this Path
- Computer science
- Materials science
- Physics, Astronomy, and Astrophysics
- Environmental science
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