Science (SCIE)

SCIE 1100. Science, Technology, & Society. (2 Credits)

This is an interdisciplinary study of the role of science and technology in society and daily life. Emphasis will be place upon current advances and political and social consequences. Prerequisites: READ 0099, ENGL 0989 or satisfactory English scores to place into corequisite remediation or higher. Offered: Fall, Spring.

SCIE 2000K. Prin Research Methodology. (2 Credits)

This course is designed to teach science majors the basic principles of performing a scientific research project. Each student will identify a problem, perform a literature search, design and perform an experiment, analyze data and present the results. Prerequisites: BIOL 1108K, CHEM 1212K, PHYS 1112K or consent of Division Dean. Offered: Spring, by demand.

SCIE 2026. Case Studies for special Education Teachers. (3 Credits)

Case Studies for special Education Teachers (3-0-3) This course is restricted to in-service special education teachers. It is a brief summary of the important aspects of environmental science and its relationship to other science areas. Classroom applications will be explored. Laboratory exercises supplement the lecture material. This course does not satisfy any core curriculum requirements. Prerequisites: Restricted to in-service special education teachers.Corequisites: None. Offered: As required.