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Glendening Hall 230

Natural Sciences with Laboratory

The natural sciences are academic disciplines that study the natural world, including biological, chemical and physical structures and phenomena. Courses in the natural sciences present major scientific concepts and theories and teach students to apply investigative methodologies to explore scientific questions. Students will learn to analyze scientific literature and to write and speak using the languages of these disciplines. All courses in this area include the required laboratory component.

The following courses satisfy the Natural Sciences with Laboratory requirement:

  • ASTR 154: Solar System Astronomy
  • ASTR 155: Stellar Astronomy and Cosmology
  • BIOL 101: Contemporary Bioscience with Laboratory
  • BIOL 105: Principles of Biology I
  • CHEM 101. Contemporary Chemistry with Laboratory
  • CHEM 106: General Chemistry II
  • GEOL 130: Introduction to Geology
  • PHYS 104: Basic Physics with Laboratory
  • PHYS 121: College Physics I
  • PHYS 141: General Physics I
  • PHYS 142: General Physics II
  • PHYS 151: Fundamentals of Physics I
  • PHYS 152: Fundamentals of Physics II
  • PHYS 251: Fundamentals of Physics III