What is science?
Science is the study of the history of the natural world and how the natural world works, with observable physical evidence as the basis of that understanding. Science covers a number of subjects.
Scientists investigate the challenges and possibilities of the natural and technological world, from drug discovery and public health to environmental concerns, tackling cybercrime and understanding space.
Why study science?
Scientists are extremely important to modern society. Their work creates a deeper understanding of the world around us through discoveries on topics like evolution and gravity.
Studying a science degree opens doors to a wide variety of employment opportunities from clinical science to forensic scientist, to pharmacologist and laboratory technician.
Why study science at Strathclyde?
Studying a science degree at the University of Strathclyde, you'll be learning at a multi-award-winning academic institution - the only to have won Times Higher Education University of the Year twice!
We offer the opportunity to study a range of subject areas from chemistry and physics, to pharmacy and computer science. You'll be taught by world-class academics and researchers. Our degrees provide the opportunity to gain a qualification which will give you the knowledge and skills required to enhance your career prospects. We provide a vibrant, dynamic, supportive and friendly place to study science.
We hold an Athena bronze award in recognition of our continuing efforts to support gender equality and creating a more inclusive working environment.