The Multidisciplinary Science curriculum allows undergraduate students to design a path that provides more breadth than traditional science programs. This degree is a good fit for students with career interests that span scientific disciplines, such as anthropology, biology, psychology, computer science, mathematics, and psychology. Together with an advisor, students develop a trajectory that sets them up for professional success.
What You Can Do with a Multidisciplinary Science Degree
Many exciting areas of scientific inquiry like environmental science, bioinformatics, and biophysical science require broad science backgrounds and encompass several disciplines. Students considering careers in health sciences, science education, or a science-related business are well served by a multidisciplinary science program. Alumni have secured jobs in diverse fields:
- Software development
- K12 pre-high school education
- Pharmaceutical industry
- Medical records
Our Degree Programs
Students in the Multidisciplinary Science program can pursue either a bachelor of arts or a bachelor of science degree. They design their course of study based on their professional goals and degree requirements.
The Multidisciplinary Science program is affiliated with many science departments across the University of Oregon. Discover what these departments have to offer for students.
In addition to laboratory experience, students can take part in a wide range of internships in public health, environmental studies, or non-profits. Students can also study or intern abroad to learn about how different cultures approach the field of multidisciplinary science.
Scholarships and Funding
Undergraduate scholarships assessable to Multidisciplinary Science Majors and recommendations for additional funding resources.
In addition to Tykeson Hall, our department has a faculty advisor who supports multidisciplinary science majors in choosing classes and fulfilling the requirements for the program.
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