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SCIN121 - Habitable Worlds Are We Alone with Lab


Are we alone in the Universe? If so, why? If not, where might life exist outside of Earth? New information that helps us answer these questions seems to come out every day. Scientists are learning more all the time, including facts about the cosmic makeup of other worlds, information about the biological and chemical origins of life, and about the physics of space which contribute to, or against, life. This course will survey these topics in an adaptive, interactive, and project-based lab environment. Students are strongly encouraged to complete the math course(s) required for their degree program (MATH110 or higher) prior to enrolling in this course.






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Book Title: Habitable Worlds - access and instructions provided inside the classroom
Publication Info: CLASS-SmartSparrow
Author: SmartSparrow
Unit Cost: N/A
Electronic ISBN: N/A
Electronic Unit Cost: $25.00