The Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences offers discipline-based and interdisciplinary undergraduate and graduate degrees in the sciences, social sciences and humanities. The intimate learning environment is both flexible and student-focused with research fully integrated into the student experience.
- Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
- Computer Science
- Earth and Environmental Sciences
- Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies - Indigenous Studies | Optimization | Latin American & Iberian Studies | Urban Studies
- Medical Physics
An interdisciplinary approach allows students to make connections between related areas of study and to tackle the world's challenges and issues from a variety of viewpoints, be it climate change, social injustice, or species at risk.
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