SCI 369 Revolutions and Revolutionary Thinking in Science




Science is both a body of knowledge and a process of gathering knowledge. As a discipline, there have been key paradigm shifts throughout its history. Scientists triggering the shifts are considered revolutionaries because their ideas changed not only the course and progress of science but also the way humans see and understand the workings of the world's natural systems. Revolutions in scientific thought have fundamentally transformed society's view of the dynamic relationship between nature and humanity.


42 credits of 100-level or higher coursework and one of the following: BADM 102, LBST 201, MATH 101, MATH 105, PSYC 213, Pre-calculus 12 (B), or Math Placement Test (Precalculus MPT)

Course Notes

SCI 369 is an approved Numeracy course for Cap Core requirements. SCI 369 is an approved Quantitative/Analytical course for baccalaureate degrees.

SCI 369 is an approved Science course.

Course Outlines

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