GES 101 - Matter, Molecules, and the Environment [Physical Science]
Examines the areas of matter/energy, molecules, and environment. Covers major concepts in the physical sciences, emphasizing their application to real-world problems. Concepts include the interactions of matter and energy, laws of motion, atomic structure of matter, structure and properties of molecules and interactions of humans with the environment. Includes practical experience in the application of the scientific method through laboratory activities.
Enrollment Restrictions: Enrollment restricted to students in Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning Placement Categories I or II, or who have completed MATH 101 , MATH 105 or ESM 105 with a grade of C- (1.7), or who have completed ESM 104 with a grade of B- (2.7) or better, or who have completed the Entry-Level Mathematics (ELM) requirement prior to Fall 2018. Four hours per week of lecture/discussion/laboratory. A field trip outside of regular course hours may be required.
Satisfies GE area: B1, B3
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