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In order to be leaders in society and in the broader global community, students at UIC must acquire a level of scientific literacy commensurate to the importance of science in the modern world. UIC will ensure that students achieve a level of scientific literacy compatible with global leadership by imparting substantial familiarity with the fundamental character of science, its value, its methodologies, and its implications for crucial issues that society faces-regarding healthcare, energy, the environment, and many other areas besides.

Course offerings that serve the science literacy requirement include:

  • UIC1541 HISTORY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (3 credits)
  • UIC1918 INTRODUCTION TO THE SCIENCE OF THE MIND (3 credits)
  • UIC1502 SOCIAL COGNITION (3 credits)
  • UIC1920 SCIENCE IN CONTEXT (3 credits)
  • UIC1751 SCIENCE IN SOCIETY (3 credits)
  • MAT1001 CALCULUS AND VECTOR ANALYSIS(1) (3 credits)
  • PHY1001 GENERAL PHYSICS AND LABORATORY(1) (3 credits)
  • CHE1001 GENERAL CHEMISTRY AND EXPERIMENTS(1) (3 credits)
  • BIO1001 GENERAL BIOLOGY AND LABORATORY(1) (3 credits)
  • MAT1002 CALCULUS AND VECTOR ANALYSIS(2) (3 credits)
  • PHY1002 GENERAL PHYSICS AND LABORATORY(2) (3 credits)
  • CHE1002 GENERAL CHEMISTRY AND EXPERIMENTS(2) (3 credits)
  • BIO1002 GENERAL BIOLOGY AND LABORATORY(2) (3 credits) 

 

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