BIOS101 Biology of Populations and Communities
General Education Category and Learning Outcomes
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Analyzing the Natural World -Understand and critically evaluate information and concepts in the natural and mathematical sciences.
-Use and understand scientific method to analyze ideas and obtain knowledge.
-Appreciate the value of and difference between scientific laws, theories, hypotheses, and speculation.
-Use scientific and mathematical reasoning to make relevant distinctions among ideas.
-Think critically about contemporary issues in science and technology.
-Logically and clearly communicate experimental results and observations to others.
-Analyze quantitative information and draw conclusions from these analyses.
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