PSC 1613 SCIENCE: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH (3-3-0). This course is designed for the general interest student and requires a minimum of previous science preparation. The course considers the philosophy and methods of science in a humanistic and interdisciplinary perspective through a carefully selected set of topics in physics, chemistry, geology, astronomy, meteorology, and life science.
PSC 1633 ENERGY RESOURCES (3-3-0). A general survey of the manner in which mankind's energy needs are and will be met by electro-chemical sources, nuclear energy, solar energy, and wind-tide-geothermal action, and other resources. Skills: B Prerequisites: MATD 0370 or equivalent.
PSC 1643 SCIENCE AND CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL PROBLEMS (3-3-0). Interrelationships between science and problems of society or the individual. Stresses influence of technology and philosophy on society. Recommended for non-science majors. A field trip may be required. Skills: R