Sep 30, 2022  
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◆ SCI 105 - Science in Society (GT-SC2)

3.0 Credits
Prerequisites: Requires college-level composition and reading placement.
Examines issues relating to the way science affects society. Students will investigate issues in information technology, the environment, physics and astronomy, biology, medicine, and the interaction of science with politics. The class will focus on gathering accurate scientific information and applying critical thinking skills and the scientific method to analyze how science plays both positive and negative roles in society. Emphasis will be on student research, inquiry, and analysis of science-related issues. This course is one of the guaranteed statewide transfer agreements.  GT-SC2
LEC 45 Clock hours



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