Penn State Abington offers two options of the B.S. in Science, the Life Science Option and the General Science Option, consisting of core courses in mathematics, statistics, chemistry, physics, and biology.
A Mathematical Sciences Option will be available in Fall 2015.
Upper level courses in Life Science include physiology, neurobiology, animal behavior, genetics, molecular biology, cell biology, immunology, developmental biology, and human and medical physics.
Upper level courses in General Science Option include biology, mathematics, computer science, geoscience, and business courses.
Undergraduate research and internship/co-op experiences are available and encouraged. The Science degree is designed specifically to:
Prepare students for career opportunities in:
Goal: teach conservation biology and global environmental sustainability.
Contact Carol DeBunda