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General Science

Students who major in general science should follow the sequence of one of the natural sciences in their freshman year. To fulfill requirements for this major they must have a three-year concentration in one natural science. At least one 300-level course and at least one 400-level course must be taken. Also, students must complete two distinct two-semester sequences in mathematics or one two-semester sequence in mathematics and one two-semester sequence in computer science. In addition, they must have at least one full year of study in two other natural sciences and one additional year of any natural science, mathematics or computer science. In order to fulfill a major requirement for the general science major, courses must fulfill the major requirements for the specific discipline’s major or minor.

Students may transfer to the general science program from the biology, chemistry or physics programs. This is most easily done at the conclusion of any of the first two semesters.


More Resources

For information about major requirements and course descriptions, please see the Le Moyne College catalog.

For information about the Core Curriculum, please visit the Core webpage.

For information about the Integral Honors program, please visit the Honors Program webpage.

For information about study abroad and internship opportunities, please visit the Career Advising and Development webpage.

For information about student research opportunities at Le Moyne and the annual Student Scholars Day, please visit the Student Research webpage.

For more information about academic advising and new student orientation, please visit the Office for Academic Advising and Support webpage.

For more information about academic calendars and registration procedures, please visit the Office of the Registrar webpage.

For information about the College of Arts & Sciences, please visit the Arts and Sciences homepage.