Introduction to the Science of Everyday Life
0.5 Credit

An introduction to the science behind questions ranging from small-scale phenomena, to larger-scale processes that may influence public policy for years or decades to come. The course will take an integrative and comparative approach, incorporating perspectives from across the natural sciences. Emphasis will be placed on the logic of scientific thinking, the process of gathering evidence, and the limits of conclusions that can be made with available evidence.

Additional Course Information
BI110, CH110, PC131, PC141.
36 lecture hours/term

Senate/Editorial Changes

Senate Addition February 4, 2015: SC100 New course; effective September 1, 2015.