Having trouble deciding which aspect of science you want to focus on? Our Interdisciplinary major in General Science combines all of the fundamental elements of our Biology and Chemistry majors, giving you a more holistic view of the field and preparing you for success in a variety of areas.
Here’s what makes the Mount’s General Science degree unique:
Learn about Interdisciplinary Studies major academic requirements and courses here.
As a General Science student, you’ll combine coursework in Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, and Physics to develop a holistic understanding of the field. Similar to our Biology and Chemistry majors, you’ll start out with principles courses to develop the basics and continue to build on that foundation with additional courses.
Outside of the classroom, you’ll have numerous opportunities to continue your learning. Whether volunteering with Family Science Night, taking part in the SURE summer research experience, or even participating in conservation efforts abroad, you’ll be putting your General Science studies into action from day one.
Our General Science degree pairs nicely with certification in Elementary Education, so many of our General Science graduates go on to teach the subject they love. Others use their science background as a motivator to attend graduate or professional school and go into the fields of education, research, or health care. We even had one General Science alum who decided to go into environmental law! A degree in General Science gives you the flexibility to be prepared for wherever your degree takes you.