Discover the Programs you Can Study if You’re a Fan of Science

17 February, 2020


Have you always been attracted to the world of science? If you’re one of those who enjoys being in a lab, learning different formulas, inventing new products or researching the different ways of understanding nature, the environment, or space, you’re definitely a science lover.

In the world of science there’s a great variety of areas on which you can focus according to your interests. There are areas related to engineering, astronomy, chemistry, the environment, and so on.

Below, you can find a list of the programs related to this are of knowledge.

General Biology

This area of science studies living organisms and their characteristics, from their origin to their evolution, to the properties these need or provide; particles and microparticles are a good example of the organisms that these branch studies. Within general biology you can find subareas like microbiology and zoology.

Life Sciences

This area also studies living organisms, but it focuses on human beings and plants. Some of the programs associated to this area are human physiology, biochemistry, botanic sciences, and zoology.


Physics focuses on gaining knowledge of the universe through the study of movement, energy and matter. This program can have concentrations on atomic or nuclear physics.


This area of science concentrates on the study of soil and it can be divided in different categories according to the ways of carrying out the studies.


The focus of astronomy is the components of the universe, where every celestial body that is part of it—from planets to stars—play a fundamental role.

This program can have 2 tracks, one being much more practical, devoting itself to field work: and the other being much more theoretical, invested in research and discovering the answers to different questions.

These are only some of the programs in the area of science and in order to choose the right one for you, you need to be clear on your area of interest, so we recommend that you continue doing your own research of the ones that interest you the most.