STGE 1050 Special Topics in General Education ? Natural and Behavioral Science

3 hours; 3 credits

Courses in this area develop one or more of the following four skills: quantitative description and synthesis of theories of natural phenomena; methods for generating and empirically assessing the validity of hypotheses about such phenomena; understanding of key scientific ideas of the modern world; theory, methods, and practice of statistical and experimental analysis of human and nonhuman animal behavior and psychology.

Prerequisite: None


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