This combined degree looks closely at topics in both fields of study as well as their scientific intersection, such as evolution and the physical connection between organisms and their environment.

Whitman’s rigorous curriculum not only focuses on the fundamentals but also explores various sub-disciplines, including botany, ecology, genetics, cell-biology, and physiology.

In addition, you will enjoy access to a wide variety of collaborative and hands-on field and research experiences; cutting-edge technologies and facilities; and a highly-accomplished faculty.

Through the college’s liberal arts focus, in addition to a depth of knowledge in the field, you also will acquire a broad and powerful understanding of the larger connections between the human species and the natural world.