Description: The Natural Sciences examination covers a wide range of topics frequently taught in introductory courses that survey both biological and physical sciences at the freshman or sophomore level. The primary objective of the exam is to give you the opportunity to demonstrate a level of knowledge and understanding expected of college students meeting a distribution or general education requirement in the natural sciences. The Natural Sciences exam is not intended for those specializing in science; it is intended to test the understanding of scientific concepts that an adult with a liberal arts education should have. It does not stress the retention of factual details; rather, it emphasizes the knowledge and application of the basic principles and concepts of science, the comprehension of scientific information, and the understanding of issues of science in contemporary society.
Professors: Michael Williams
Units: 4, Tests: 2
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