As a science major at Ursinus you will have the opportunity to study deep core samples from below the Arctic’s ocean floor, research biodiversity in the tropical rainforests, or use the premier atom smasher in our nation’s heartland.
Through collaborations with larger universities, Ursinus science majors are granted extraordinary exposure to state of the art technology and facilities in biology, neuroscience and chemistry.
The close mentorships and intensive fellowships offered at Ursinus are part of the fabric of the College. We develop scientists who are independent, self-possessed and go on to be exceptional contributors to their fields.
A liberal arts education contributes to producing successful PhD candidates, and we are doing that with such great success at Ursinus. Our science research today is future-focused, integrating technology at speeds unimagined only a decade ago.
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Obtain a strong understanding of biology, biochemistry, chemistry, and molecular biology.
From molecules to ecosystems, biologists seek to understand life at every level.
The branch of statistics that deals with the analysis and interpretation of scientific data.
Chemists connect the physical sciences with the life sciences and applied sciences.
Future professionals gain in-depth academic preparation for any level of coaching.
Engineer multiple-component systems that solve real-world problems.
Health and Exercise Physiology
Preparation for opportunities in exercise physiology, physical therapy, wellness and sports medicine.
Human Performance Assessment
Examine critical elements of human excellence and plans for obtaining maximum performance and goals.
Gain tools for analyzing and organizing data, as well as the theoretical underpinnings for modeling important concepts.
Neuroscientists use knowledge from biochemistry, computer science, philosophy, physics, and psychology.
Students prepare to challenge what is known in order to grasp what is unknown.
Pre-engineering students are physicists and mathematicians before they are engineers.
Future doctors, dentists, veterinarians, or physician assistants benefit from our advising program.
Modeling, computational, and quantitative methods are in demand in STEM fields.
Preparing students to carry out descriptive and inferential statistical analyses.
Focusing on health education as it relates to the individuals and communities.