||Integrated Approach to the Sciences
|This course offers an overview of the major historical advances
in the sciences as well as the frontiers of modern research. The
course is designed to provide non-science majors with an integrated
view of scientific investigations in the fields of physics, astronomy,
chemistry, geology, and biology.
||First-Year Exp - Natural Sci.
|This course is designed to urge first-year students to explore
selected topics within the natural sciences. The content of the
course will vary and will be determined by timely issues and
developments within the field and by the special interests
of students and faculty.
||Epidemiology & Biostatistics
|Prerequisite(s): high school statisitcs or MATH 123 and nine hours
of natural science courses, or permission of the instructor
This course covers the basic principles, concepts, and procedures
employed in epidemiological studies. It emphasizes the numerical
and graphical methods generally useful in the surveillance and
investigation of health-related events. A case study approach
is applied to assist the student in utilizing fundamental
||Community-Urban Field Experience
|Prerequisites: approval of College of Sciences supervising faculty
member, minimum 2.75 GPA, and a minimum of 30 semester hours at
The University of Findlay.
This course provides guided work-study experiences. Opportunities
exist in the Findlay area and throughout the United States. This
course will be graded S/U and may be repeated with a maximum of 15
semester hours applying toward a degree.
|This is an integrated science course focusing on the ocean as a theme to
convey global science concepts. It includes 30 video-shows that are
augmented with lecture topics, lab documentations, and interactive
CD-ROM technology. The course covers geological, chemical, physical,
and biological topics, as well as human interactions with the marine
environment. Technological tools are employed for the purpose of
scientific inquiry and as a supplement to the content.
||Special Topics/Natural Science
|Prerequisite: permission of the instructor.
This course provides for study of selected areas of natural
science not included in regularly offered courses.