Natural Systems and Processes (LAB)
Students must complete a minimum of two NSP courses. At least one of the courses taken in this area must have a laboratory component.
Courses in this area:
- Study physical and natural systems and processes.
- Apply scientific models, theories, and technology to problems facing society.
- Have an analytical and/or quantitative component and include interpretation, communication and/or presentation of data and results.
- Compare and contrast various modes of scientific inquiry.
- Place scientific inquiry within its historical and contemporary contexts.
- Use and reflect on the scientific method of investigation.
- Address the strengths and limitations of scientific inquiry in human understanding.
- Encourage students to become scientifically literate citizens and be able to evaluate scientific information.
|BI-101||Concepts of Biology||4|
|BI-104||The Human Animal Laboratory||1|
|BI-117||Humans and the Environment||4|
|BI-140||Introduction to Organismal Biology||4|
|BI-141||Intro to Cellular and Molecular Biology||4|
|BI-162||Human Anatomy and Physiology II||4|
|BI-380||Biodiversity and Conservation Biology||4|
|BT-101||Introduction to Forensic Sciences||4|
|CH-112||Survey of Chemistry||4|
|EV-120||Integrated Environmental Science for Educators||4|
|PY-105||Concepts in Physics I||3|
|PY-112||Physics in Art||4|
|PY-221||General Physics I||4|
|PY-222||General Physics II||4|
|PY-241||Physics I (Mechanics)||4|
|PY-242||Physics II ( Electricity, Magnetism and Optics)||4|