The Division of Continuing Studies offers the Bachelor of General Studies degree with an area of concentration in general science.
|CHEM 1180-1184||General Chemistry I with Lab||4 hrs|
|CHEM 1190-1194||General Chemistry II with Lab||4 hrs|
|PHYS 1110-1154 or PHYS 2110-1154||General Physics I with Labor or Calculus Level||5 hrs|
|PHYS 1120-1164 or PHYS 2120-1164||General Physics II with Labor or Calculus Level||5 hrs|
|MATH 1950 or MATH 1930 and MATH 1530||Calculus or Cal. for Mgr., Life & Ssci. and Statistics||5-6 hrs|
|BIOL 1450||General Biology I||5 hrs|
|BIOL 1750||General Biology II||5 hrs|
|GEOL 1170||Physical Geology||4 hrs|
|Related course work in science||12-14 hrs|
An area of concentration in general science is a broad study of chemistry, physics, biology, and mathematics. It can provide the knowledge necessary to pursue careers or further study in any of those areas. General science students may use this multidisciplinary program towards work in engineering, neurosciences, environmental sciences, technical writing, natural history, education, research, and biophysical or biochemistry sciences, which may benefit from focus in several sciences. It can also lead to careers in healthcare by preparing students for medical school and other professional/advanced degrees or licenses (i.e. pharmacy, nursing, pathology, physical therapy, radiology, public health, etc.).
For more career information, check out UNO Career Center.
Revised Fall 2013