GSTR 332 Scientific Knowledge& Inquiry

Prerequisites: Practical Reasoning with Quantitative Emphasis (PRQ) and sophomore standing

Offered: Typically Fall and Spring terms

This course invites students to explore a variety of scientific disciplines in order to understand what science is, does, and tells us about the natural world around us. Employing an integrative approach to the natural sciences, the course emphasizes the historical development of laws, models, and theories, as well as basic scientific literacy important to contemporary concerns. Each section of the course includes inquiry-based learning (laboratory) experiences. NOTE: See the 'General Education Program' section of this publication for an alternate way to meet this requirement by taking two approved courses, at least one of which must be a laboratory course. 1 Course Credit


1 Course Credit