Biology in Society: Critical Thinking
Current and historical cases are used to examine the political, ethical, and other social dimensions of the life sciences. Close examination of developments in the life sciences can lead to questions about the social influences shaping scientists' work or its application. This, in turn, can lead to new questions and alternative approaches for educators, biologists, health professionals, and concerned citizens. The specific thematic emphasis each semester is publicized by the Program.BIOL 545L and CRCRTH 645L are the same course.
Pre Requisites: Pre-requisite = Graduate degree student in Biology or permission.