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Natural Sciences Core Curriculum Courses

NATS 1111 From the Cosmos to Earth Laboratory (1 semester hour) A laboratory to accompany NATS 1311. Corequisite: NATS 1311. (0-3) Y
NATS 1311 From the Cosmos to Earth (3 semester hours) A multidisciplinary study of nature expressly designed for those who have chosen not to major in the natural sciences or engineering. Early models of the solar system and the transformation to current models are examined, as are order in the universe, the nature of matter and the planets, sun, and life cycle of stars. The course will be enhanced by frequent demonstrations of the principles underlying the origin and evolution of the universe. Corequisite: NATS 1111. (3-0) Y
NATS 3130 Evolution Field Laboratory (1 semester hour) Field laboratory to accompany NATS 3330. Laboratory is primarily conducted in the Caribbean. Compare present flora and fauna to the archeological and paleontological records. Special focus will be directed at evaluating the impacts of introduced species and human colonization. May be repeated for credit if taken at different locations. This course may not be used for credit by Natural Science and Mathematics students. Co- or prerequisite: NATS 3330. (0-3) S
NATS 3330 The Basis of Evolution (3 semester hours) Wide-ranging discussions of the unifying theory of the origin and modification through time of all organisms. Pertinent history, the fossil record, evolution as concerns the human experience, processes and mechanisms and a look at the future are major topics. An optional field laboratory is offered. This course is specifically designed for non-majors. This course may not be used for credit by Natural Science and Mathematics students. (3-0) S
NATS 4310 Advanced Writing in the Natural Sciences and Mathematics (3 semester hours) A writing-intensive course on questions or problems in natural sciences and mathematics; satisfies the advanced writing requirement for graduation. (3-0) S

 

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