The Keck Science Program offers courses of study for students interested in enlarging their understanding of natural phenomena and also courses for students desiring a major in biology, chemistry, management-engineering, physics, science and management, or some interdisciplinary combination of these areas. For example, interdisciplinary majors in biology-chemistry and biology-physics are available. Premedical and environmental emphases through the above majors are two particular strengths of the Keck Science Program.
Another important feature and advantage of taking science programs is the breadth of background provided in the humanities, economics, and government — areas in which the training of scientists and engineers has traditionally been lacking.
Within the three umbrella disciplines that Keck Science encompasses – biology, chemistry, and physics – we offer 15 discrete degree programs.
- Economics and Engineering (CMC)
- Environment, Economics and Politics (EEP) (CMC, Scripps)
- Environmental Analysis Program (EAP)
- Human Biology (Pitzer)
- Management Engineering (Pitzer)
- 3-2 Engineering (Scripps)
- Molecular Biology
- Organismal Biology
- Science Management