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Take a look at the field of general science, which is a survey-level examination of several sciences within a single course, typically conducted at the high school or undergraduate level. The sciences studied can vary by institution but generally include the major physical, biological, and earth sciences, such as biology, chemistry, physics, and environmental science. The purpose of such a course is to provide the student with an overview of the major sciences, taking an interdisciplinary and introductory approach.
A general sciences course can help students see the interconnectedness of the sciences and provide a foundation for higher-level science courses. A survey course of this kind can also help students determine which of the sciences interests them most, for those who are considering a career in the sciences. A general sciences course may include experiments as well as book work and theory.
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