Grow Your Science Knowledge
What jobs can you do with a
general science degree?
Take what you have learned in the science and carry your lessons into careers in:
Medicine, healthcare or veterinary science
Laboratory research and science technology
Pharmaceutical sales and marketing
Teaching science or related programs
Hold a research position alongside your professors to explore the fields of science with hands-on learning. Become a teacher’s assistant or lab assistant in a paid position. Present your physical and social science research during DWU’s Capstone Day!
General Science Courses
Your foundational coursework will include biology, chemistry, and physics classes. Plus, you’ll have unique opportunities to do research on and off campus.
BIO 120 Principles of Biology I
BIO 122 Principles of Biology II
CHM 164 University Chemistry
CHM 166 University Chemistry Lab
CHM 174 Organic and Biochemistry
CHM 331 Organic Chemistry I
MTH 210 Calculus I
PHS 260 University Physics I
PHS 270 University Physics II
Get to Know Your Professors
Learn chemistry from our experienced professors! Our low student-to-teacher ratio offers valuable one-on-one interaction.
Bethany Melroe Lehrman, Ph.D.
Brian Patrick, Ph.D.
Mike Farney, Ph.D.
Paula Mazzer, Ph.D.
Tim Mullican, D.A.
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General science is designed to provide a broad background in biological and physical sciences. You may structure the program in many ways depending on your intended scientific career. Customize your degree to meet your career goals with electives in chemistry, biology, mathematics, and physics.