Oral and Craniofacial Sciences


...GRE Score Scale Quantitative 150 Verbal 155 Analytical...and biochemistry , pharmacology , chemistry , physics , engineering , computer science...

GEOG 150 Introduction to Physical Geography Credits: 3

This course is an introduction to the study of the natural environmental systems of earth--the atmosphere, the hydrosphere, the biosphere, and the lithosphere. The primary objective of the course is to provide a broad overview of these systems at a global scale. This overview will entail descriptions of natural systems and the variations they exhibit both from place to place and through time. It will also entail explaining how natural systems operate and interact with each other, thereby providing a necessary foundation for understanding the tremendously diverse physical geography of earth. Applies to natural science requirement.

PHYSICS 150 Astronomy: Motions of the Cosmos Credits: 3

An introductory exploration of modern topics in astronomy with an emphasis on developing conceptual models for the fundamental laws of gravity and motion crucial to the formation of stars and planetary systems, the growth of black holes and galaxies, and the evolution of cosmic structure.

Cross Listings: NAT-SCI 150, PHY-SCI 150, ASTR 150.