Why Interdisciplinary Science?
Interdisciplinary science fuses learning across the natural, clinical and social sciences.
This approach provides you with broad scientific knowledge and an understanding of how the sciences influence each other in today’s world. A flexible option for students with interests across subject areas, interdisciplinary science prepares you to apply scientific methods to professional problems using multi-faceted, innovative thinking.
Oct. 6, 2023
The program, launched this year in collaboration with nine departments in the College of Humanities and Sciences, will make career conversations, experiential learning and internships a more seamless part of students’ experience.
Sept. 1, 2023
The College of Humanities and Sciences’ building dedicated to STEM will serve more than 10,000 students in up to 70 courses each semester.
April 26, 2023
VCU held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its 168,000-square-foot building dedicated to STEM with space for more than 10,000 students who will take up to 70 courses each semester.
When Rahat Haque first started college, he knew he wanted to major in the sciences because he wanted to follow the premed track. Visit our 'Meet a Student' page to read more about Rahat, including the internship at the INOVA Children’s Hospital and the inspiring professor that helped further his studies.