Natural Science (N Sci)
1. The Art of Medicine (1; max total 4)
Primarily for prehealth care students. Delivery of health care today. Concepts of the art of medicine presented by community physicians and specialists.
15. Environmental Science: An Integrative Course (3)
Concurrent enrollment in Biol 15, Geol 15, and S Sci 15 required. Portion of Man/Woman and the Natural Environment Cluster. A study of the interrelationships among the anthropological, biological, and geological aspects of man/woman and the natural environment. Team taught. CR/NC grading only. (MNE program field trip fee, $300)
37. Math Confidence (2)
(Same as W S 37.) Concurrent enrollment in a math class commensurate with the student's math achievement level is recommended but not required. 'This course is designed to increase confidence in math-related problem solving situations and to increase the student's potential for participation in math-related courses and/or careers. CR/NC grading only.
40T. Topics in Natural Sciences (1-4; max total 12)
Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Interdisciplinary topics covering such subject matter areas as environmental studies and the impact of science on society.
110A. Practicum in Medicine I (2)
Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Offered in association with the UC Medical Education Program. Pro-mad students assigned in teams to varied clinical settings in the community with an emphasis on medical-social issues of health care: administration, assessment of health needs, delivery settings.
110B. Practicum in Medicine II (2)
Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Offered in association with the UC Medical Education Program. fire-medical students assigned on an individually arranged basis in one or more clinical settings in the community. Emphasis on in-depth association with health professionals for clinical observation and understanding of selected health career opportunities.
140T. Topics in Natural Sciences (1-6; max total 12)
Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Interdisciplinary topics covering such subject matter areas as medical technology and ecology. (May include lab hours)
141. Chemistry and the Consumer (3)
Prerequisite; Chem 2C, 8 or 128A. A course designed to give the student an appreciation of the impact of chemistry on society. May include discussions o1 petrochemistry and the source of chemicals, foods as chemicals, food additives, drugs, agricultural chemicals, chemical ethics, and current topics of interest.
Natural Science (N Sci)
207. Radiotracer Methodology in the Natural Sciences (3)
Prerequisite: Graduate standing; two semesters undergraduate physics recommended. For students in biology, chemistry, physics, or other areas using radioisotopes. Covers radiation detection, radiation safety, gamma ray spectroscopy, liquid scintillation, radioimmunoassy, and biological applications in living systems. (2 lecture, 3 lab hours) (Former N Sci 240T section)
240T. Topics in Natural Sciences (1-4; max total 8)
Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Interdisciplinary topics in the natural sciences at the graduate level covering such subjects as advanced techniques. Sample topics are Radiation Techniques in Biology and the Physical Sciences and Recent Advances in Psychophysiology. (May include lab hours)
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