College of Science offers undergraduate degrees in: Biology Earth System Science Chemistry Mathematical Sciences Computer Science Physics Individualized Bachelor of Science A UAH student who discovers that her or his interests don't coincide with one of the majors in the College of Science can apply to the Individualized BS program. Usually starting in the sophomore year, the student works with a faculty sponsor to design an interdisciplinary program of study appropriate for his or her educational and career goals. Possible foci of individualized science majors are biochemistry, biophysics, mathematical finance, astrophysical modeling, computational chemistry, environmental sustainability, climate change, medical physics, and more. For more information, visit our Individualized Bachelor of Science page. Pre-Health Program Instead of a pre-med major, UAH offers a variety of majors and minors and a Pre-Professional Advisory Committee to prepare students for study in the health care professions, including dental, medical, optometric, pharmacy, physical therapy, and veterinary schools. For more information, visit the Pre-Health Program page. Bachelor of Science / MBA, 4+ 1 Program Students interested in combining a science background with a career in business and industry can earn a minor in business as part of their degree and then earn their Masters in Business Administration (MBA) in just one year. Joint Undergraduate Masters Program (JUMP) This program allows students to obtain a bachelor’s and master’s degree in biology, chemistry, computer science, or physics in five years instead of six. Undergraduate students who have earned a GPA of 3.5 or higher by the end of their junior year may apply to the JUMP program. Students do not have to take the GRE or pay the graduate school application fee prior to admission via the JUMP program. For more information, the Joint Undergraduate Master's Program page. Co-ops and Internships The UAH Career Development Office has many co-op and internship opportunities for students in the College of Science. To be eligible, students must complete a profile with the Career Development Office, who will then guide students through this process. It is not uncommon for UAH juniors and seniors to be employed in positions that lead to job offers after graduation! You can learn more by scheduling a visit, reviewing what you'll learn at our new student orientation, or by setting up an appointment with a College of Science academic advisor.