Course is designed to help students develop an understanding of strengths and limitations of various types of scientific reasoning, methodology, and analysis as they relate to scientific progress. Course centers on: round-table discussions of papers and techniques; interactive computer , laboratory, and field learning experiences; and development of critical thinking and writing skills. Prerequisite: Graduate standing; instructor consent and approved thesis proposal. Misc/Lab: Lecture 3 hours/Lab 2 hours. Notes: Offered spring semester.
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