Quest 2 courses fulfill three credits of the General Education requirement in the Biological Sciences, the Physical Sciences, or the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Some may also be used to fulfill three credits of the Diversity or International requirement and/or count toward the Writing requirement.
Drawing on the tools of the natural and social sciences, Quest 2 courses cut across disciplines to examine "pressing questions" (e.g., the unintended consequences of technical progress, climate change, structural racism, economic disparities, etc.).
Where Quest 1 asks why the world is the way it is, Quest 2 asks what we can do about the problems confronting us.Learn More