BIOS101 Biology of Populations and Communities
General Education Category and Learning Outcomes
Back to Course Index 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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