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Types of Science Degrees

Accounting
Accounting

While specific degree requirements vary by school and program, students can expect to complete approximately 120 credit hours, including a general education curriculum (i.e. communications, math and science, social science, arts and humanities, health and wellness), as well as specialized courses related to the accounting major.

Actuarial Science
Actuarial Science

Online Actuarial Science degrees are available at a variety of different schools with as many as 90 degrees earned at the most popular school. Read more below about all schools that have offered online Actuarial Science degrees.

Agricultural and Biological Engineering
Agricultural and Biological Engineering

Biological and agricultural engineers apply their knowledge of physical and biological sciences, mathematics, engineering principles and engineering design to food and biological systems and processes, to the preservation of environmental quality, to production of biofuels, and to machine systems that interface with all of these.

Agricultural Business Management
Agricultural Business Management

Often, agricultural science programs cover soil science, animal health, business communications, management, commodities, finance and plant science. At bachelor's and master's degree levels, you might be able to take courses that qualify you for a teaching certificate while you study agriculture science.

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Agriculture
Agriculture

Agricultural science degrees allow you to study food science, animal husbandry, farming, veterinary medicine and other topics through agriculture science departments at colleges and universities around the country. Associate's degree programs in the agricultural sciences include turfgrass management, forest technology, agricultural business, wildlife technology, food science and other areas.

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Agriculture Economics
Agriculture Economics

Master's degree programs in agricultural sciences include higher-level courses in agricultural-related subjects like agricultural economics and rural development. You usually must also take courses in research and analysis, and many master's degree programs in agricultural science require you to complete a thesis.

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Animal Bioscience
Animal Bioscience

Bioscience degrees are excellent springboards into plenty of science-related sectors, such as the food industry, the health sector, the environmental sector and the pharmaceutical industry. But of course, not all bioscience students are destined to don a white lab coat.

Bachelor of Applied Arts (BAA)
Bachelor of Applied Arts (BAA)

The Bachelor of Applied Arts (BAA or B.A.A.) is a vocational-oriented undegraduate bachelor’s degree. The B.A.A. is similar to the traditional (and much more common) Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degrees, but it is designated specifically as an ‘Applied’ degree meaning that it is not research-oriented or entirely academic in nature, rather it is designed to prepare students to perform duties associated with a particular career path or position.

Bachelor of Applied Arts and Science (BAAS)
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Science (BAAS)

The Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences, often abbreviated as BAAS or BAASc, is an undergraduate degree. Usage In the United States BAAS is awarded based on a combination of formal education, work-related training and certification completed by the student.

Bachelor of Architecture (BArch)
Bachelor of Architecture (BArch)

Those who wish to become paraprofessionals with an architectural firm or work in related careers, such as interior design or landscape architecture, should choose the Bachelor of Science in Architecture program, which is a pre-professional degree. B.S. students who later wish to become licensed architects would need to complete a professional Master of Architecture or similar graduate program.

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Bachelor of Design
Bachelor of Design

A Bachelor of Design (B.Des. or B.Design) degree is usually an undergraduate academic degree awarded for a course or major that generally lasts three or four years. It is an arts-centered degree that is a counterpart to the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree.

Bachelor of Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering

The Bachelor of Engineering, abbreviated as B.E., B.Eng., or B.A.I. (in Latin form) is a first professional undergraduate academic degree awarded to a student after four to five years of studying engineering at an accredited university.