Completion of this major prepares one for a career as a laboratory technician, systems analyst, engineering assistant, research associate, or physics associate. Continued study may include a master’s degree in physics, geology, biology, environmental science, natural science, or science education, among others. It may also include doctorates in medicine, dentistry, or the previously identified fields.
Admission to this degree track requires a 2.5 grade point average and has pre-calculus as a pre-requisite.
Students interested in this track are encouraged to make their selection of major as soon as possible.