Thinking about majoring in a bioscience field?
Explore the exciting opportunities in bioscience at UW–Madison in this FIG. In Integrated Science 100: “Exploring Biology” you will:
Join our enthusiastic instructional team for this great introduction on how to take control of your biology experience at UW! In this first year seminar, you will have the chance to work with a peer mentor: an upperclassman at UW–Madison who can share the student perspective of navigating classes and the Wisconsin Experience. You will get connected to bioscience events, opportunities, and people at UW–Madison.
Quotes from Integrated Science 100 students:
— A survey of different conceptions of how the body as a site of sickness has been understood from antiquity to contemporary medicine. Includes consideration of the origins and evolution of public health, the changing social role of healers, and the emergence of the modern "standardized" body in health and illness.
— The main focus is preparation for continued work in mathematics, especially in the various calculus sequences. At the same time, Math 112 incorporates instruction in quantitative reasoning skills so that it satisfies the UW’s Quantitative Reasoning A general education requirement. This course also prepares students to take Chemistry 103: “General Chemistry I” in upcoming semesters, required for numerous bioscience majors.