Course Overview

1301 – Study of the process of science by which knowledge about our place in the cosmos is obtained. Examples of possible observations and the inferences drawn from them. Emphasis on how we obtain our knowledge and the certainty of various parts of it. A core curriculum course. Three credit hours. (ACTS Course Number PHYS 1204)
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1101 – Prerequisite or corequisite: ASTR 1301 or 1311. A laboratory course designed to accompany ASTR 1301. A variety of activities in data acquisition and analysis which tie concepts discussed in the classroom to real-world experiences. Open laboratory, the planetarium, and observatory activities. One credit hour. (ACTS Course Number PHYS 1204)

Course Details

  • Course credit hours: 4
  • Cost per credit hour: $280