What is a Bachelor of Science?
A Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) is an undergraduate degree awarded for a completed program in a university or college and typically takes three to five years. While the degree includes science in the name, it is not restricted to science-related subject areas, and the major of studies will vary depending on the institution awarding it. After completing a B.Sc., students tend to continue their studies by pursuing a Master’s or Ph.D. degree or seek a career related to their discipline.