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GENERAL EDUCATION

GNED-150
General Education Area 5 Topic (4)

Course Level: Undergraduate

Special topics offered periodically for General Education credit in Foundational Area 5.

GNED-150
001
GENERAL EDUCATION
FALL 2015

Course Level: Undergraduate

General Education Area 5 Topic (4)

Astronomy with Laboratory

This course presents students with an introductory survey of topics in astronomy ranging from the history of astronomy as a science to modern studies of cosmology. Students have the opportunity to formally explore a series of experiments and hands-on activities demonstrating astronomy as an observational and experimental science to complement the lecture portion of the course. Topics explored in the laboratory include observations of the night sky and of the sun, lab activities on spectroscopy and telescope optics, and measurements of the expansion of the universe.

GNED-150
002
GENERAL EDUCATION
FALL 2015

Course Level: Undergraduate

General Education Area 5 Topic (4)

Astronomy with Laboratory

This course presents students with an introductory survey of topics in astronomy ranging from the history of astronomy as a science to modern studies of cosmology. Students have the opportunity to formally explore a series of experiments and hands-on activities demonstrating astronomy as an observational and experimental science to complement the lecture portion of the course. Topics explored in the laboratory include observations of the night sky and of the sun, lab activities on spectroscopy and telescope optics, and measurements of the expansion of the universe.

GNED-150
003
GENERAL EDUCATION
FALL 2015

Course Level: Undergraduate

General Education Area 5 Topic (4)

Astronomy with Laboratory

This course presents students with an introductory survey of topics in astronomy ranging from the history of astronomy as a science to modern studies of cosmology. Students have the opportunity to formally explore a series of experiments and hands-on activities demonstrating astronomy as an observational and experimental science to complement the lecture portion of the course. Topics explored in the laboratory include observations of the night sky and of the sun, lab activities on spectroscopy and telescope optics, and measurements of the expansion of the universe.