The Choice is Yours
The WSU General Studies program offers the perfect opportunity to customize your education. You can pick two or three fields of study in the physical, natural, and life sciences and we’ll help you create an academic plan that prepares you for a strong future in our ever-changing global society.
Encompassing physical, life, and natural science fields, science describes the world around us and explains how things work. Disciplines include chemistry, physics, biology, and mathematics as well as areas from applied technology studies.
The basic medical sciences option focuses on coursework in biological sciences and chemistry required by many post-graduate health professions programs, including medicine, dentistry, ophthalmology, physical therapy, and nursing schools.
Moved: Humanities, Social Sciences, CAS 400, & CAS 497
Beginning July 1, 2018, the new School of Languages, Cultures, and Race unites students in the Humanities and Social Sciences, as well as CAS 400 and CAS 497—all previously part of General Studies—with students and faculty in Comparative Ethnic Studies and Foreign Languages and Cultures. Find out more about the variety of disciplines and degree options available in Humanities studies and Social Sciences studies at WSU.
General Studies at WSU
The General Studies Program is part of the College of Arts and Sciences and offers flexible curricula leading to interdisciplinary degrees in the sciences.