Science Concentration

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 Students must take at least one course at the 300-400 level in the concentration; three courses in the same discipline are recommended.

Chemistry Requirement
Select from the following:4-5
Survey of Chemistry
General Chemistry for Physical Science and Engineering I
General Chemistry for Agriculture and Life Science I
Physics Requirement
Select from the following:4
Introduction to Meteorology
Contemporary Physics for Nonscientists
College Physics I
General Physics IA
Energy, Society and the Environment
Approved Concentration Electives
Select from the following:11-12
Introduction to Stars and Galaxies
Longitude, Navigation, and Timekeeping
Plant Diversity and Ecology
Orientation to Biotechnology
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Human Anatomy and Physiology II
Human Genetics
Biology of Cancer
Genetic Engineering Technology
Plants, People and Civilization
Plant Ecology
General Chemistry for Agriculture and Life Science II
General Chemistry for Agriculture and Life Science III
Survey of Organic Chemistry
Survey of Biochemistry and Biotechnology
Chemical and Biological Warfare
Chemistry of Drugs and Poisons
Learning Assistant Seminar 1
Rocks and Minerals
Introduction to Geology
Fossils and the History of Life
Geologic History of California
Geologic Excursions
World Aquaculture: Applications, Methodologies and Trends
Technologies for Ocean Discovery
Communicating Ocean Sciences to Informal Audiences
College Physics II
College Physics III
General Physics II
General Physics III
Teaching Physics
Physical Oceanography
The Learn By Doing Lab Teaching Practicum 1
Selected Environmental Issues of California's Central Coast
Total units20

 A maximum of 4 units total from CHEM 466 and SCM 302 may be used in the concentration.