Science (SCI)

SCI 110      INTRODUCTION TO SCIENCE      Credits: 3

An introduction to the empirical nature of science, with emphasis placed on examining one or more current problems facing the world of life from a biological and physical science perspective. Course includes an accompanying laboratory component.
Corequisites: SCI 110L.

SCI 110L      INTRODUCTION TO SCIENCE LAB      Credits: 0

Laboratory component of SCI 110.
Corequisites: SCI 110.

SCI 112      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE      Credits: 3

A study of the critical state of the earth's environment and how humans affect and are affected by it. Course includes an accompanying laboratory component.
Corequisites: SCI 112L.

SCI 112H      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE - HONORS      Credits: 3

This Honors course is a study of the critical state of the earth's environment and how humans affect and are affected by it. Course includes an accompanying laboratory component.
Prerequisites: Non-Honors students - Approval of course instructor(s) and Honors Program director
Corequisites: SCI 112L.

SCI 112L      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE LAB      Credits: 0

Laboratory component of SCI 112 and SCI 112H.
Corequisites: SCI 112 or SCI 112H.

SCI 199E      EXPERIMENTAL COURSE      Credits: 3

Experimental course option varies by term. Please see academic department for course description.

SCI 230      CLASSICAL ROOTS OF LANGUAGE AND CULTURE FOR STUDENTS OF MEDICINE AND THE SCIENCES      Credits: 3

This course prepares students for the successful study of medicine and the sciences by equipping the students with a working technical vocabulary which is frequently used within those fields as well as a cultural understanding of Classical Antiquity and its impact on the present.

SCI 399E      EXPERIMENTAL COURSE      Credits: 2

Experimental course option varies by term. Please see academic department for course description.