A Solid Core of Courses in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics
The major in Interdisciplinary Science provides an opportunity to build a four-year program on a solid core of courses in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics. While the major is specifically designed for the Optometry and Engineering combined programs, it also is particularly valuable for the following:
Students interested in professional employment or graduate study in biochemistry, pharmacology, physiology, nutritional science, immunology, clinical chemistry, or pharmaceutical science.
Students interested in preparing for professional careers in dentistry, medicine, osteopathy, veterinary medicine, or related medically allied fields.
Transfer students who want to complete a science major within two years geared toward a variety of careers.
Requirements for the B.A. in Interdisciplinary Science
Requirements for Secondary Certification in General Science
Interdisciplinary Science majors seeking certification for secondary teaching must notify their advisers and the Director of Secondary Education. State certification requirements are very specific, so the earlier students plan for this option, the easier it is to develop appropriate programs.
Study Abroad Opportunities for Interdisciplinary Majors
Interdisciplinary majors are encouraged to spend a semester or year studying overseas. Exciting opportunities are available through the University’s and the Office of Study Away are relatively easy to arrange. With prior approval, courses taken at foreign universities can be transferred to Arcadia to fulfill Undergraduate Curriculum, including major, requirements. A list of interdisciplinary courses that transfer is available from the program adviser.
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