Natural Science Courses

Courses satisfying Learning Outcome #1: Natural Science Courses

Natural Science courses that satisfy  Learning Outcome #1 have not yet been decided on by  faculty. Such courses would satisfy the  Natural Science Rubric, and will probably be assessed by some subcommittee of the Core Review Committee.

It is anticipated that Natural Science courses that currently satisfy the Baccalaureate Core requirements will satisfy the requirement for Learning Outcome 1.

DRAFT EXAMPLE COURSES

  • ATM F101X–Weather and Climate of Alaska (4)
  • BIOL F100X–Human Biology (4)
  • BIOL F101X–Biology of Sex (4)
  • BIOL F103X–Biology and Society (4)
  • BIOL F104X–Natural History of Alaska (4)
  • BIOL F115X–Fundamentals of Biology I (4)
  • BIOL F116X–Fundamentals of Biology II (4)
  • BIOL F120X–Introduction to Human Nutrition (4)
  • BIOL F213X–Human Anatomy and Physiology I (4)
  • BIOL F214X–Human Anatomy and Physiology II (4)
  • CHEM F100X–Chemistry in Complex Systems (4)
  • CHEM F103X–Basic General Chemistry (4)
  • CHEM F104X–Beginnings in Biochemistry (4)
  • CHEM F105X–General Chemistry (4)
  • CHEM F106X–General Chemistry (4)
  • GEOG F111X–Earth and Environment: Elements of Physical Geography (4)
  • GEOS F100X–Introduction to Earth Science (4)
  • GEOS F101X–The Dynamic Earth (4)
  • GEOS F106X–Life and the Age of Dinosaurs (4)
  • GEOS F112X–History of Earth and Life (4)
  • GEOS F120X–Glaciers, Earthquakes and Volcanoes (4)
  • GEOS F125X–Humans, Earth and Environment (4)
  • MSL F111X–The Oceans (4)
  • PHYS F102X–Energy and Society (4)
  • PHYS F103X–College Physics (4)
  • PHYS F104X–College Physics (4)
  • PHYS F115X–Physical Science I (4)
  • PHYS F175X–Astronomy (4)
  • PHYS F211X–General Physics (4)
  • PHYS F212X–General Physics (4)
  • PHYS F213X–Elementary Modern Physics (4)–8 credits