Explore math, science, and engineering majors

Biochemistry

Biochemistry

Life at the molecular level.

Somewhere between biology and chemistry lies Biochemistry. In pursuing this major, you’ll dive right into the building blocks of life to learn about the interconnectedness of life at the tiniest level.

Biology

Biology

Captivated by microbiota.

As a Biology major at FLC, you’ll have the opportunity to explore two different tracks for additional specialization. With a concentration in Environmental & Organismal Biology, you’ll look at whole organisms and their place in the world. With a Cellular & Molecular concentration, you'll investigate questions related to disease and genetics.

Chemistry

Chemistry

Charged by curiosity.

All matter on Earth is made up of chemicals. As a Chemistry major, you’ll study the relationships between molecules that give our world (and other worlds) substance. From human health to climate and the environment, you can make a significant contribution to our world through chemistry.

Computer Engineering

Computer Engineering

Create the future.

Learn to develop computer hardware and software. This major combines computer science with electronic engineering to examine how computer systems work and how they fit into the bigger picture. This leads to work in robotics as well as building embedded microcontrollers, analog sensors, software, and more.

Computer Information Systems

Computer Information Systems

Love tech?

Businesses today rely on complicated and elaborate systems to manage information. In this major you'll learn essential programming languages such as C++ and Python. You'll also look at the bigger picture of network infrastructure and systems design, as well as specific and practical topics like IT security and project management.

Engineering

Engineering

Seek solutions.

As an Engineering major, you’ll apply mathematics and science to real-world problems. Engineers design complex machines, structures, and technology such as tunnels, buildings, vehicles, water systems, electrical grids, and more.

Geology

Geology

Where campus is basecamp.

Learn about Earth’s subterranean processes and how they bear the materials we use to build our lives. You’ll explore the ways we impact our planet when we tap these resources, as well as the ways that Earth’s processes impact political, social, and economic decisions.

Mathematics

Mathematics

The language behind the laws of the universe.

As a Mathematics major, you’ll explore the nature of the universe through the language of numbers and statistics. Sure, you’ll develop a clear, rigorous, analytical way of thinking, but you’ll also explore both concrete and abstract concepts along the way.

Physics

Physics

Cornerstone of the natural sciences.

Physics is the study of the basic principles and relationship that govern literally everything that exists. As a Physics major, you’ll learn how to analyze these relationships through hands-on experimentation and individualized theoretical instruction.

Minors & certificates

Many students complement their major with a minor or certificate that adds depth or specificity to their primary academic focus. Most majors are also offered as minors, but additionally, the following stand-alone minors and certificates may support your studies in storytelling.

What you’ll learn

  • Field-specific methods for studying and analyzing our world
  • Proficiency with the technology and equipment of your field
  • Research, communication, and presentation skills

How you’ll learn it

  • Classroom courses
  • Internships
  • Lab work with industry standard equipment
  • Volunteer projects that solve real-world problems
  • Conducting and presenting original research

Related Paths

Maybe designing our future is close, but not quite right for you. Check out these other directions you can go.

Protect our planet

Ensure the well-being of our one planet

Inspire future generations

Learn to educate

Improve our health

Individuals & communities

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