The Physical World | St. Lawrence University Patti McGill Peterson Center for International and Intercultural Studies

The Physical World

At St. Lawrence University, Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Geology, Neuroscience, and Physics students learn about the characteristics and processes of life, the scientific method and its application in conducting original research, the history of the discipline, and the ethical and social implications of scientific discovery and its application. 

You can take science courses off-campus at these locations:

Australia: James Cook University's Australian campuses, Townsville and Cairns are located near the world heritage sites of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and the rainforests of the Wet Tropics region. St. Lawrence students choose to study at either campus, taking a range of science subjects from marine biology to biochemistry.

China XJTLUXJLU offers a range of Sciences from 100 to 400 level courses, all conducted in English.

Denmark: DIS offers science courses at its Copenhagan campus using proximity to the Artic to enhance experiential learning.

Ecology: India - Asian Studies

Eco-system: Australia, KenyaNew Zealand - Global Studies

Eco-Tourism: Costa Rica - Caribbean, Latin American and Latino Studies

Environmental Studies: Costa Rica, IndiaKenya Program

Fisheries:India, Thailand - Asian StudiesGlobal Studies,

Human Ecology: Costa Rica

Sustainable agriculture: India, Asian StudiesGlobal Studies

Sustainability: DenmarkKenya Program

Water rights: India - Global Studies

Kenya: Experience East Africa’s rich biological and physical diversity up close. Examine the interplay between them and socio-economic and managerial factors while taking Biology 242 in Kenya.

New Zealand: The University of Otago offers a range of science-related subjects. More information can be found here.