Bachelor of Science-Interdisciplinary Studies
This curriculum substitutes the previous requirements for the general sciences baccalaureate degree. This revised degree allows students to devise course sequences according to their individual interests and professional goals. The requirements consist of 121 credits divided as follows: 43 credits in General Education, 60 at the College of Natural Sciences and 18 credits of free electives. Of these 60 credits in Science, Math and/or Computer Sciences, 24 consist of upper level courses at the College.
The current curriculum applies to all students admitted to the Program in or after August 2007. It also applies to students who have been readmitted to the Río Piedras campus and those that reclassify or transfer to the Program in or after August 2009.