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SC 215 Controversies in Science (3) O

In this course, students will explore the science behind innovative and contemporary topics, as well as apply critical reasoning skills through the examination of controversial issues in science. Instruction will consist of lectures, student research, discussions, debates and in-class presentations.

Notes: This course cannot count as a senior science for BSc students but can count as a Science class for non-Science students. This course can count as an Arts and Science elective for BSC students and can count as a General Science minor course.


SC 250 Science and Society (3) B

An interactive science course for non-science majors, where students are introduced to topics from a range of disciplines. Within each discipline, real-world examples are used to highlight the application of science in daily life. Instruction will consist of lecture, in-class group work, and hands-on experimental activities.