However, the general science major may be useful to students whose scientific interests do not fit well within a single discipline. The food science, pharmaceutical, biophysical and agricultural sciences areas are examples of such cross-disciplinary interests.
Combined with a major in English or collateral major in Writing, general science is excellent preparation for a writing career in science or technology. In addition, general science can be an appropriate major for students who intend to teach science at the secondary school level. When combined with other majors or minors, a degree in general science can be excellent preparation for careers in law, business and public relations.
Students interested in the general science major are strongly encouraged to communicate with Dr. Steve Singleton, associate professor of chemistry and the administrative coordinator for the general science major. He can be reached via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org.