This program is designed to provide students with a solid background in science, economics, and fundamental managerial skills. Majors complete a core program consisting of a minimum of fourteen courses in addition to a five-course area of concentration in science. In addition to those listed, students have the option of creating their own track in consultation with the Science Management advisor.
Learning Outcomes for the Program in Science Management
The Science Management major aims to prepare students to be leaders at the interface of science and business and in related fields.
In addition to the general departmental goals, students completing a major in Science Management should demonstrate the ability to:
- Master the principles in their specific sequence/track (molecular biology, environmental biology, chemistry, physics, or other fields) and acquire the ability to apply them to solving problems including research questions.
- Master the fundamental principles of economics and accounting.
- Gain experience in the world outside the classroom.