What can you do with a science education? Anything.

Get an incredible internship at patient outcomes research laboratory that maintains comprehensive heart disease registries to study and improve quality of cardiovascular care in the United States and the world.

Swechya Banskota, biology alumna (’17)

Make a global impact leading the information systems team for a division of the World Health Organization in Switzerland to use data to improve health and save lives.

Geneva, Switzerland – home of Ramesh Krishnamurthy, biology alumnus (’00) 

Get hired by Yelp to optimize machine learning models and A/B tests, become an entrepreneur and start your own company. Then get recognized as one of Forbes' 30 under 30, one of 600 of America's best and brightest young entrepreneurs, innovators and leaders.

 Scott Clark, physics and mathematics alumnus (’08), Forbes "30 Under 30"

Start with science, do anything. Critical thinking, problem-solving and computational skills are some of the most in-demand skills in the workplace today. Science graduates are well suited for many career options from geneticist, doctor, chemist and astrophysicist to environmental lawyer, entrepreneur or even microbrewer.