You will be asked to complete two courses in the natural sciences, at least one of which must be a laboratory course.
We live in a world in which scientific and technological
questions—about atomic energy, computers, genetics, the environment, or mineral
resources—play increasingly important roles. If you do not know something about
science, you will be no more than a helpless observer in many of the critical
discussions that affect your life.
Two courses with laboratories (4 credits each) from the natural science laboratory course list below. These two courses do not have to be taken in sequence.
One course with laboratory (4 credits) from the natural science laboratory course list and one course (3 credits) from natural science non-laboratory course list.