Core Science (CORS)

CORS 215 Color, Chemistry and Art

3 credits
Gen Ed: Natural and Applied Sciences
An interdisciplinary, thematically based course intended to provide the student with the skills to analyze and evaluate scientific claims and to make intelligent scientific and social decisions; among the topics addressed are the impact of science on society and the ethical dilemmas and moral consequences of scientific research; all themes/sections emphasize discussion, collaborative work, and the conduct of science, though not necessarily in a formal lab setting. See www.uidaho.edu/class/general-education for specific course titles and descriptions.

CORS 217 Exploring the Solar System

3 credits
Gen Ed: Natural and Applied Sciences
An interdisciplinary, thematically based course intended to provide the student with the skills to analyze and evaluate scientific claims and to make intelligent scientific and social decisions; among the topics addressed are the impact of science on society and the ethical dilemmas and moral consequences of scientific research; all themes/sections emphasize discussion, collaborative work, and the conduct of science, though not necessarily in a formal lab setting. See www.uidaho.edu/class/general-education for specific course titles and descriptions.

CORS 219 Human Nature

3 credits
Gen Ed: Natural and Applied Sciences
An interdisciplinary, thematically based course intended to provide the student with the skills to analyze and evaluate scientific claims and to make intelligent scientific and social decisions; among the topics addressed are the impact of science on society and the ethical dilemmas and moral consequences of scientific research; all themes/sections emphasize discussion, collaborative work, and the conduct of science, though not necessarily in a formal lab setting. See www.uidaho.edu/class/general-education for specific course titles and descriptions.

CORS 221 Physics in Everyday Life

3 credits
Gen Ed: Natural and Applied Sciences
An interdisciplinary, thematically based course intended to provide the student with the skills to analyze and evaluate scientific claims and to make intelligent scientific and social decisions; among the topics addressed are the impact of science on society and the ethical dilemmas and moral consequences of scientific research; all themes/sections emphasize discussion, collaborative work, and the conduct of science, though not necessarily in a formal lab setting. See www.uidaho.edu/class/general-education for specific course titles and descriptions.

CORS 227 Integ Sci:The Ocean: Human Interaction and Earth Systems

3 credits
Gen Ed: Natural and Applied Sciences
An interdisciplinary, thematically based course intended to provide the student with the skills to analyze and evaluate scientific claims and to make intelligent scientific and social decisions; among the topics addressed are the impact of science on society and the ethical dilemmas and moral consequences of scientific research; all themes/sections emphasize discussion, collaborative work, and the conduct of science, though not necessarily in a formal lab setting. See www.uidaho.edu/class/general-education for specific course titles and descriptions.

CORS 228 Integ Sci:Natural Hazards and Disasters

3 credits
Gen Ed: Natural and Applied Sciences
An interdisciplinary, thematically based course intended to provide the student with the skills to analyze and evaluate scientific claims and to make intelligent scientific and social decisions; among the topics addressed are the impact of science on society and the ethical dilemmas and moral consequences of scientific research; all themes/sections emphasize discussion, collaborative work, and the conduct of science, though not necessarily in a formal lab setting. See www.uidaho.edu/class/general-education for specific course titles and descriptions.

CORS 229 Integ Sci:The Nature of Islands

3 credits
Gen Ed: Natural and Applied Sciences
An interdisciplinary, thematically based course intended to provide the student with the skills to analyze and evaluate scientific claims and to make intelligent scientific and social decisions; among the topics addressed are the impact of science on society and the ethical dilemmas and moral consequences of scientific research; all themes/sections emphasize discussion, collaborative work, and the conduct of science, though not necessarily in a formal lab setting. See www.uidaho.edu/class/general-education for specific course titles and descriptions.

CORS 230 Integ Sci:Explorations in Conservation Biology

3 credits
Gen Ed: Natural and Applied Sciences
An interdisciplinary, thematically based course intended to provide the student with the skills to analyze and evaluate scientific claims and to make intelligent scientific and social decisions; among the topics addressed are the impact of science on society and the ethical dilemmas and moral consequences of scientific research; all themes/sections emphasize discussion, collaborative work, and the conduct of science, though not necessarily in a formal lab setting. See www.uidaho.edu/class/general-education for specific course titles and descriptions.

CORS 231 Fish and Wildlife in a Changing World

3 credits
Gen Ed: Natural and Applied Sciences
An interdisciplinary, thematically based course intended to provide the student with the skills to analyze and evaluate scientific claims and to make intelligent scientific and social decisions; among the topics addressed are the impact of science on society and the ethical dilemmas and moral consequences of scientific research; all themes/sections emphasize discussion, collaborative work, and the conduct of science, though not necessarily in a formal lab setting. See www.uidaho.edu/class/general-education for specific course titles and descriptions.

CORS 232 Science on Your Plate: Food Safety, Risks and Technology

3 credits
Gen Ed: Natural and Applied Sciences
An interdisciplinary, thematically based course intended to provide the student with the skills to analyze and evaluate scientific claims and to make intelligent scientific and social decisions; among the topics addressed are the impact of science on society and the ethical dilemmas and moral consequences of scientific research; all themes/sections emphasize discussion, collaborative work, and the conduct of science, though not necessarily in a formal lab setting. See www.uidaho.edu/class/general-education for specific course titles and descriptions.

CORS 233 From Food to Weapons: How Humans Use Insects

3 credits
Gen Ed: Natural and Applied Sciences
An interdisciplinary, thematically based course intended to provide the student with the skills to analyze and evaluate scientific claims and to make intelligent scientific and social decisions; among the topics addressed are the impact of science on society and the ethical dilemmas and moral consequences of scientific research; all themes/sections emphasize discussion, collaborative work, and the conduct of science, though not necessarily in a formal lab setting. See www.uidaho.edu/class/general-education for specific course titles and descriptions.

CORS 234 The Science of Engineering and Technology in the Modern World

3 credits
Gen Ed: Natural and Applied Sciences
An interdisciplinary, thematically based course intended to provide the student with the skills to analyze and evaluate scientific claims and to make intelligent scientific and social decisions; among the topics addressed are the impact of science on society and the ethical dilemmas and moral consequences of scientific research; all themes/sections emphasize discussion, collaborative work, and the conduct of science, though not necessarily in a formal lab setting. See www.uidaho.edu/class/general-education for specific course titles and descriptions.

CORS 235 Fire on Earth

3 credits
Gen Ed: Natural and Applied Sciences
An interdisciplinary, thematically based course intended to provide the student with the skills to analyze and evaluate scientific claims and to make intelligent scientific and social decisions; among the topics addressed are the impact of science on society and the ethical dilemmas and moral consequences of scientific research; all themes/sections emphasize discussion, collaborative work, and the conduct of science, though not necessarily in a formal lab setting. See www.uidaho.edu/class/general-education for specific course titles and descriptions.