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|NSC 2004C - Science of Natural Systems|
*This course is a continuation of NSC 2003C. It examines
the natural laws that govern interacting systems, the
influence of interacting systems on the environment, the
atmosphere, and the sea. Special emphasis is placed on the
interaction of humanity with the biosphere, the impact of
technology on society, and the role of molecular biology in
genetic engineering, disease, and food production.
Prerequisite: NSC 2003C is highly recommended.
*In both NSC 2003C and NSC 2004C, the student will be
expected to write reports based on laboratory exercises and
to complete either an in-depth library research project or
an experimental project which involves the gathering,
analysis and interpretation of data.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
Division of Ntl Science & Math Division
Liberal Arts, Nature of the Universe Core
Undergraduate level NSC 2003C Minimum Grade of D- or Undergraduate level NSC 003C Minimum Grade of D-
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