The engineering science program is multi-departmental and interdisciplinary. This undergraduate program encompasses a variety of closely-related areas of the physical sciences, mathematics and engineering. It is intended to provide a means whereby students, while acquiring knowledge of engineering methods, can pursue their interests in areas of natural science. The options offered within the curriculum prepare students for advanced study in engineering, science or mathematics. The fully structured majors in the curriculum include: engineering mathematics and statistics, environmental engineering science, engineering physics and energy engineering. In addition, students may apply for the energy engineering minor. The engineering science program is administered by the Engineering Science Committee, which is comprised of faculty from the seven departments in the College of Engineering, as well as faculty from the mathematics, statistics, physics, chemical engineering, and chemistry departments.