The CMU BSc is distinctive in its inclusion of a broad interdisciplinary base, helping students to see the beauty and complexity of the world from various perspectives within science, biblical and theological studies, humanities, and social sciences. The Bachelor of Science has the following degree options:
- Biology (four-year)
- General (three-year)
- Mathematics (three-year and four-year). For information, go to the Mathematics program page.
Natural science, like the solar system, encompasses worlds of worlds all waiting to be explored. From the macro- to the micro-levels of Biology, Chemistry, and Physics, natural science is about the search not only for knowledge, but for better questions and new frontiers.
In your science studies at CMU, you will probe some of what we know about the universe, its contents and its ways; you will learn to see the everyday in new ways, and understand your world on a deeper level. You will be encouraged to draw connections between science and other disciplines, and develop your own questions to pursue.
The questions of science are the big, open-ended ones—the perpetual "how"s and "why"s of life, matter, motion, and change. If these are the questions you find yourself asking often, consider studying natural science at CMU.