SEED 1050 Evidence and Argument in the Natural Sciences

3 credits, 3 hours

Reading and writing arguments from scientific evidence, and presenting such arguments orally and through various media. Examination of scientific writing for the general public arguing for paradigm shifts in the sciences from Galileo to the present. Topics in the physical, life and Earth sciences will be examined. Strategies for researching, reading and writing content in the sciences. This course is the same as General Science 1050.


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