3.0 Scientific Reasoning and Discovery

Students will develop the ability to:

  1. Apply the scientific method as used in the traditional sciences
  2. Use basic scientific information as the foundation for the analysis of evidence and the methodology of scientific inquiry
  3. Analyze critically science-based issues in contemporary society (scientific literacy)

These courses fulfill General Competency Requirements

Courses

AST 111Introduction to Astronomy: The Solar System

4 credits

AST 112Introduction to Astronomy: Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe

4 credits

BIO 110Biology of Human Reproduction

3 credits

BIO 111General Biology I

4 credits

BIO 115Survey of Human Anatomy and Physiology

4 credits

BIO 116Physical Anthropology

3 credits

BIO 117Physiology of Wellness

3 credits

BIO 121Fundamentals of Biological Science I

4 credits

BIO 122Fundamentals of Biological Science II

4 credits

BIO 126Introduction to Biotechnology

3 credits

BIO 129Field Biology

4 credits

BIO 130The Biology and Behavior of Birds

4 credits

BIO 154Human Physiology

4 credits

BIO 220Introduction to Nutrition

3 credits

BIO 232Marine Biology

4 credits

BIO 233Human Anatomy and Physiology I

4 credits

BIO 234Human Anatomy and Physiology II

4 credits

BIO 239Elements of Microbiology

4 credits

BIO 240Cell Biology

4 credits

BIO 241Pathophysiology

3 credits

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