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What Can You Do With A Degree In General Science?

GS_lrgYou can do just about anything with a degree in general science!

As part of the College of Arts and Sciences, the General Science Program is committed to mentoring students as they build the elemental skills that employers want: communications, analysis, problem-solving and resourcefulness.

Think About It

Kenzi Amodei (General Science, ’12) uses the hard sciences to help people make better decisions.    

Here’s just a sampling of interesting jobs our recent alumni have landed:

– Operations manager, Center for Applied Rationality

– GIS analyst, City of Bellevue

– Software developer, Janrain, Inc.

– Claims adjuster, Progressive Insurance

– Instrument engineer, Lacamas Labs

– Software developer, Parthenon Software Group

– Developer advocate, Cloudant

– Phlebotomist, American Red Cross

– Data management analyst, Savoy

– Enrollment specialist, Ecotech Institute

– Management information specialist, U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development

– Aerial photography operations manager, University of California Santa Barbara

– Program director, Oregon Health and Sciences University

– Medical records lead, Bend Memorial Clinic

– Consultant, Loft9 Consulting

– Science teacher, Universal American School of Dubai

– Financial literacy specialist, San Diego State University

– Owner, founder and director, Trucks Training

– Service representative, Social Security Administration

– Volunteer coordinator, Deschutes Public Library System

– Owner, Commercial CADD, Inc.

– EKG technician, PeaceHealth

– Veterinary technician, Whitefish Animal Hospital

– Physician’s assistant, Valley View Health Center

– Lab assistant, Benson-Lane Winery


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