Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry
If you have dreamed of a career in science and expect to develop your understanding of natural phenomena, a degree in mathematics, physics, or chemistry may give you the foundational knowledge to plan and carry out your future research projects. Science degree programs usually include courses in math, chemistry, physics, biology, as well as statistics and probability, calculus, and research project management. Mathematics, physics, and chemistry graduates work in research institutes and laboratories, and in the research departments of various businesses. Most mathematics, physics, and chemistry degrees are offered by the United States, Russia, Germany, and China.