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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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UCOR 1810 - Inquiry Seminar in the Natural Sciences

5 credit hours
Courses that introduce students to the subjects and methods of inquiry of the natural sciences by engaging in focused study of one or more particularly important questions arising from a natural science discipline.  These courses introduce students to key concepts, knowledge, and principles of the relevant discipline as they relate to the questions being studied in the individual section.  They are not intended to be survey courses or broad introductions to the discipline, but should be content-rich, with the content revolving around and connected to the central questions being studied.  These courses engage students in studying questions about the physical/biological universe.  All sections incorporate the direct examination of natural phenomena in either laboratory or field settings; use observation to develop and evaluate principles and hypotheses; and explore how knowledge of key scientific principles can be used to understand and interpret observations.

Prerequisite Course/s: UCOR 1200 or MATH 1010 or above courses of 5 credits or placement into MATH 1021 or higher
Terms Typically Offered: RQ, FQ, WQ, SQ



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