BIO 296 - Scientific Methods: Women’s Health Issues
Explores the history and epidemiology of medical issues of women and disease processes. Subjects of inquiry include female cancers, heart disease, osteoporosis, AIDS, domestic violence, and other issues having direct impact upon women; particular attention is focused on scientific studies, both past and present.
This course is open to all students but it will not count as a Biology, Biochemistry, or Neuroscience major course.
Fulfills the Natural Scientific Inquiry requirement.
Course may be applied to the Gender & Sexuality Studies program.