Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality
Life Science (formerly Nature Science II) - Select One
Natural Science II encapsulates a variety of courses that examine the broad diversity of life sciences┬┐biology, neuroscience, and physical anthropology. We are currently witnessing an explosion of information in the life sciences, stimulated by the development of new tools such as DNA technologies, computer databases, and brain scanners. These new insights have thrust science into the forefront of social, ethical, and legal debates on such topics as stem cell research, the evidence for evolution, the preservation of biodiversity, and the neurological basis of decision making. Each Natural Science II course uses a thematic approach to introduce students to the foundations and frontiers of scientific investigation in the life sciences.
Course Number
CORE-UA300s
Associated Degrees