From biology and biochemistry to chemistry and physics, you can explore it all and gain a better understanding of the natural world around you with Kettering University’s Department of Natural Sciences. Every engineering discipline literally builds upon a foundation established in knowledge of the natural world. The required and elective courses we offer lay the groundwork for advanced applications and the latest cutting-edge technology. We can help you learn to describe and understand the rules that dictate the physical and natural world. Through our course work, labs, and hands-on learning experiences, you’ll develop a deeper understanding of the world that you can apply to any career field.
The Department of Natural Sciences extends across campus, with offices & labs in the Mott Center (3rd floor) and the Academic Building offices in room 2-323, with labs at the top of the ramp.
Phone: 810-762-7824 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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