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The bachelor's degree in Interdepartmental Science offers a student the opportunity to design an individualized, multidisciplinary degree program with a solid foundation in the natural sciences. A distribution of upper-division electives may include courses in biochemistry, biology, chemistry, mathematics, physics, and/or physical therapy. The program is coordinated through the Biology Department.
Physical Therapy students who complete the three-year Undergraduate Phase of the Physical Therapy Program plus the first year of the Professional Phase of the graduate degree program, having earned a minimum of 120 credits, will be awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in Interdepartmental Science as described in the Course Catalog.