SCI 100. Integrated Science. (4 Credits)

studies selected topics from the natural sciences with emphasis on practical implications of an understanding of those topics. Laboratory course. 4 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: CUAA

SCI 110. Intro Life & Phys Sci. (4 Credits)

Offered at: CUW

SCI 145. Medical Terms. (2 Credits)

SCI 147. Clinical Proc I. (2 Credits)

SCI 148. Medical Lab 1. (2 Credits)

SCI 149. ANAT & PHYSIOL LAB. (1 Credit)

SCI 151. Physical Science. (4 Credits)

is an integrated approach to the study of physics, chemistry, and astronomy suggested for education majors. Laboratory course. 4 credits.

Prerequisite: One year of college preparatory algebra in high school.

SCI 152. Life Science. (4 Credits)

is an integrated approach to the study of biology and environmental science suggested for education majors. Suggested pre-requisite: : SCI 151 or 1 year of high school chemistry. Laboratory course. 4 credits.

Prerequisite: None

SCI 156. PHYSICAL SCIENCES LAB. (0 Credits)

SCI 157. Clinical Procedures II. (2 Credits)

SCI 158. Emergency Procedures. (1 Credit)

SCI 159. Medical Lab 2. (2 Credits)

SCI 166. DENTAL ASST LAB PROC. (1 Credit)

SCI 167. DENTAL ASST CLIN PROC. (1 Credit)

SCI 170. DENTAL THEORY 1. (1 Credit)

SCI 171. DENT CLIN PROC I. (2 Credits)

SCI 172. DENT LAB PROC 1. (2 Credits)

SCI 173. DEN ORAL ANAT I. (1 Credit)

SCI 180. DENTAL THEORY 2. (1 Credit)

SCI 181. DENT CLIN PROC 2. (2 Credits)

SCI 182. DENT LAB PROC 2. (2 Credits)

SCI 183. DENT RADIOLOGY I. (2 Credits)

SCI 184. DENT RADIOLOGY II. (2 Credits)

SCI 185. DENT ORAL ANAT II. (1 Credit)

SCI 195. Meteorology. (3 Credits)

provides a physical description of the weather variables (temperature, wind, moisture, pressure, solar radiation, vorticity, etc.) and the relationships that exist among them. This knowledge will be used to explain weather events such as frontal passages, cloud formation, thunderstorms, and tornadoes. This course will also investigate techniques of forecasting future weather events. Cross-listed (Weather & Climate) GEOG 295. 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: CUW

SCI 200. FIELD STUDIES. (1 Credit)

SCI 201. INTRO FORENSIC SCIENCE. (2 Credits)

SCI 203. MECH,HEAT & WAVE MOTION. (4 Credits)

SCI 204. TOPICS IN PHYSICS. (2 Credits)

SCI 205. GEN PHYSICS II. (4 Credits)

SCI 210. GEN CHEMISTRY I. (4 Credits)

SCI 213. GEN CHEMISTRY II. (4 Credits)

SCI 215. Atmospheric and Space Science. (4 Credits)

the first half of the course will include a study of the dynamics of the atmosphere including the processes atmospheric motion, global circulation, weather patterns, severe weather and the techniques used in weather forecasting. the second half of the course will include a study of the dynamics of earth's motions relative to the sun, moon and stars as well as an exploration of planets, comets, asteroids and cosmogony. Laboratory Course. 4 credits.

Prerequisite: None

SCI 233. COMPARATIVE COSMOGONY. (3 Credits)

SCI 235. Earth Science. (4 Credits)

is an integrated study of the materials & physical features of Earth and the processes that form and shape them. Map skills are also developed. Cross-listed (Physical Geography) GEOG 311. Laboratory course. 4 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: CUAA, CUW, MID

SCI 246. Oceanography. (4 Credits)

is a study of the chemical, geologic, physical, and biological features of Earth’s oceans. Topics covered include the history of oceanography, chemistry and physical properties of sea water, waves, global currents & seas, and submarine morphology. Cross-listed (The World’s Oceans) GEOG 246. Laboratory course. 4 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: CUW

SCI 250. Nature of Science. (3 Credits)

explores the history of and key developments in the major fields of science. the history of the development of the scientific method itself and how it has been applied to answer questions about the natural world will be reviewed as well. current scientific issues will be explored through readings and discussion with emphasis on their impact on society and the limitations of scientific investigation. 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

SCI 257. ENVIRONMENTAL SCI LAB. (0 Credits)

SCI 258. ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES. (1 Credit)

SCI 260. Personal/Commun Health. (3 Credits)

SCI 265. Pharmacology. (3 Credits)

SCI 272. ANAT & PHYSIOLOGY II. (3 Credits)

SCI 273. ANAT & PHYSIOL II LAB. (1 Credit)

SCI 275. Cosmogony. (3 Credits)

is the study of origins. Questions regarding the origin of the physical universe and life (including human beings) will be explored and possible answers will be offered. The two possible cosmogonic models, Evolution and Creation, will be treated in-depth from a scientific perspective. The nature of science and the differences between operational science and origin science will also be investigated. The primary emphasis of this course concerns scientific evidences for origins; however, philosophical and theological evidences will also be discussed. 3 credits.

Prerequisites: Any college-level physical or biological science course.

Offered at: CUAA, CUW

SCI 280. DENTAL ASST EXTERNSHIP. (4 Credits)

SCI 281. DENT ASST EXTERN II. (2 Credits)

SCI 290. INVERTEBRATE PARASITOLO. (3 Credits)

SCI 293. FOOD CHEMISTRY. (2 Credits)

SCI 320. SCIENCE. (3 Credits)

SCI 348. HUMAN GENETICS & SOCIE. (3 Credits)

SCI 365. DRUGS,SOC,HUMAN BEHAV. (3 Credits)

SCI 438. NEUROPHILOSOPHYOF MIND. (3 Credits)