Science Technology

ST 2300. Perspectives & Themes in Sci. 3 Semester Hours.

Topics in historical or contemporary issues and themes in the biological and/or physical sciences taught from an interdisciplinary perspective. Topics vary.

ST 2303. Perspectives and Themes in Mathematics and/or Information Technologies. 3 Semester Hours.

Topics in historical or contemporary issues and themes in mathematics and/or information technologies taught from an interdisciplinary perspective. Topics vary.

ST 3000. GRE Preparation. 0 Semester Hours.

(Fall Only).

ST 3300. Perspectives and Themes in Sci. 3 Semester Hours.

Topics in historical or contemporary issues and themes in the biological and/or physical sciences taught from an interdisciplinary perspective. Topics vary.

ST 3303. Perspectives and Themes in Mathematics and/or Information Technologies. 3 Semester Hours.

Topics in historical or contemporary issues and themes in mathematics and/or information technologies taught from an interdisciplinary perspective. Topics vary.

ST 3330. Research in Biomedical Sciences. 3 Semester Hours.

Students will participate in a laboratory research project under the direct supervision of a MARC faculty member. Projects will incorporate use of the scientific method, experimentation, data analysis, data presentation and interpretation, and the responsibilities of scientific integrity. To enroll in this course, the student must contact the MARC Program Director and identify a participating MARC faculty member who is willing to direct an appropriate research project. Cannot be used to fulfill Biology minor or major requirements. The course may be repeated for continuing or new projects. Prerequisites: Junior standing and permission of the MARC Program Director. (Fall/Spring/Summer).

ST 4330. Research in Biomedical Sciences. 3 Semester Hours.

Students will participate in a laboratory research project under the direct supervision of a MARC faculty member. Projects will incorporate use of the scientific method, experimentation, data analysis, data presentation and interpretation, and the responsibilities of scientific integrity. To enroll in this course, the student must contact the MARC Program Director and identify a participating MARC faculty member who is willing to direct an appropriate research project. Cannot be used to fulfill Biology minor or major requirements. The course may be repeated for continuing or new projects. Prerequisites: Junior standing and permission of the MARC Program Director. (Fall/Spring/Summer).