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Scientific Investigation (L) Courses


Scientific investigation (L) courses include the equivalent of at least one semester credit hour of laboratory experience aimed at interpreting scientific hypotheses and emphasize scientific inquiry and experimental methodology. Goals of “L” courses are to prepare students to critically analyze scientific problems, formulate hypotheses, conduct appropriate experiments, and interpret results; solve problems using scientific inquiry and experimental methodology; communicate procedures, results and conclusions to others; and demonstrate their understanding through written work appropriate to the discipline that provides them the opportunity to enhance their writing skills.

 

Requirements


 

  1. Students will critically analyze scientific problems, formulate hypotheses, conduct appropriate experiments, and summarize and interpret results. 
  2. Students will communicate procedures, results and conclusions through written work appropriate to the discipline.

 

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