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Urban Ecology Program

Allied Health Studies (interdisciplinary) - Allied Health Studies is the preferred choice for anyone wishing to enter an Allied Health Studies Program in their post-undergraduate studies.

Biology - The curriculum in biology provides a foundation in both classical and contemporary biological concepts and prepares the student for continuing intellectual growth and professional development in the life sciences.

Biopsychology (interdisciplinary) - By its nature, the field of biopsychology (which is synonymous with neuroscience) is an interdisciplinary field of study that encompasses biology, chemistry, and psychology.

Chemistry - The chemistry program covers four general areas of chemistry: inorganic, organic, physical, and analytical.

Engineering - Dual Degree - In this combined plan, the two degrees which are awarded upon the successful completion of the program are the degree of Bachelor of Arts by Oglethorpe University and the degree of Bachelor of Science in Engineering by the engineering school.

Environmental Studies - Dual Degree - This program provides a unique combination of liberal and professional education well suited for those desiring to enter the fields of environmental studies or natural resources.

General Science - These courses are designed to allow science-oriented students to gain a broadly-based science background for use with a variety of associated occupations.

Physics - The physics curriculum is designed to provide well-rounded preparation in classical and modern physics.

Pre-Medical Studies - Preparation for careers in medicine and other health professions continues to be one of Oglethorpe University's most popular and successful areas.

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