Jan 28, 2020  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

IS 369 - Reasoning, History, & Social Implications of Science

To date, science is the process that has allowed us to reveal the best, most accurate information about the universe. This course provides education and training in scientific thought and reasoning and in the implications for social justice of the methods and discoveries of science. These outcomes will be approached through a connection to the history, culture, and contributions of science, partially gained by visiting locations where important advances in scientific thinking have occurred. The course includes a required travel component (either regional or international). Daily itineraries during travel will include science/history/art museums, church visits, university/city tours, unique city/area visits, lecture/discussion, travel, and international meals. 2015 CORE: Belief & Reason, Transform, Interdisciplinary Studies, Global Studies.