CORE Distributive Studies
Sciences and Mathematics

Physical Sciences Non-Lab
(CORE Code: PS)

Course Number
Course Title
AOSC 123 Causes and Implications of Global Change (also as GEOG 123/GEOL 123. Formerly METO 123)
AOSC 200 Weather and Climate (formerly METO 200)  Marquee
ASTR 100 Introduction to Astronomy (only if taken Fall 1993 or later)
ASTR 120 Introductory Astrophysics - Solar System
ASTR 220 Collisions in Space
ENEE 132 Engineering Issues in Modern MedicineMarquee
ENEE 133 Engineering Issues in Modern Medicine: The Body as a Machine Marquee
ENES 100 Introduction to Engineering Design
ENMA150 Materials of Civilization Marquee
ENSP 101 Introduction to Environmental Science
GEOG 123 Causes and Implications of Global Change (also as GEOL 123/AOSC 123)
GEOG 140 Coastal Environments
GEOL 104 Dinosaurs: A Natural History
GEOL 120 Environmental Geology
GEOL 123 Causes and Implications of Global Change (also as GEOG 123/AOSC 123)
GEOL 124 Biogenesis: Making a Habitable Planet Marquee
GEOL 200 Earth's Fury: Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Tsunami (I-Series course)
GEOL 204 Dinosaurs: Early Humans, Ancestors, and Evolution; The Fossil Record of Vanished Worlds of the Prehistoric Past (I-Series course)
GEOL 212 Planetary Geology
GEOL 214 Global Energy Systems and Resources
HONR 219D On Beyond Dinosaurs: Patterns and Enigmas in Vertebrae
HONR 228K Great Ideas in Physics and Their Implications in Other Disciplines
HONR 228Q Nuclear Physics and Society
HONR 259C Fearfully Great Lizards: Topics in Dinosaur Research
HONR 279W The Solar System
PHYS 101 Contemporary Physics - Revolutions in Physics
PHYS 104 How Things Work : Science Foundations
PHYS 105 Physics for Decision Makers: The Global Energy Crisis Marquee
PHYS 111 Physics in the Modern World
PHYS 161 General Physics: Mechanics and Particle Dynamics
PHYS 171 Introductory Physics: Mechanics and Relativity
PHYS 199M The Manhattan Project (I-Series course)

Current as of:11/2011

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