Department of Science & Mathematics - Majors & Minors | Judson University Christian College

Majors & Minors



Pre-Professional Programs

The Science and Mathematics Department offers four-year program for students who plan to apply to professional schools of medicine, dentistry, chiropractic, veterinary medicine, physical therapy, or occupational therapy.  Students in these programs select one of the majors listed above, and then customize it to meet the admissions requirements of professional schools in their field(s) of interest.

The department also offers two-year programs for students interested in careers in pharmacy.  After completing two years of basic science and liberal arts requirements at Judson, and securing acceptance to the appropriate professional school, pre-pharmacy students complete and additional four years for the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree.

Science and Math Education

Judson’s School of Education offers several options for students interested in science or mathematics education.  Secondary education majors may choose programs in biology, chemistry, or mathematics.  Elementary education majors may choose from concentrations within the fields of science and mathematics. 

Transfer Guidelines

Students who intend to transfer into any of the science or pre-professional programs at Judson University should attempt to take full-year sequences of Biology and Chemistry in preparation for enrollment at Judson.  Potential transfer students are encouraged to contact the department as early as possible to discuss possible transfer courses and degree plans to avoid extending their college years unnecessarily. 

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