Course Descriptions

College of Sciences and Health Professions Courses

Course Descriptions

SCI 220 Science as a Way of Thinking (4-0-4). Prerequisites: Completion of General Education Requirements in the areas of College Writing/English Composition and of Mathematics/Quantitative Literacy. An introduction to scientific reasoning, the nature of scientific evidence, and the foundation of major scientific theories. Examples from the major scientific disciplines will be used to illustrate how scientists create, use, and update their views of the world.

SCI 220H Honors Science as a Way of Thinking (4-0-4). Prerequisites: Honors standing or permission of university Honors Program. Completion of General Education requirements in the areas of English Composition and of Mathematics and Logic. An introduction to scientific reasoning, the nature of scientific disciplines will be used to illustrate how scientists create, use, and update their world.

SCI 298 Science Internship (0-3-3). Prerequisite: Written permission of supervising CSU faculty member. Guided hands-on experience of clinical or research activities in a community setting. This course is an individually designed course in which each student will write a contract with a community agency or institution. The supervising CSU faculty member will review and approve the contract, and identify the appropriate number of credit hours based on the proposed activities. Grading will be on a "satisfactory/unsatisfactory" scale.

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