UNIV 1301. Seminar/Critical Inquiry (C).
Seminar in Critical Inquiry (3-0) This course will engage entering students in critical inquiry concerning one or more related academic topics. The seminar will increase students' knowledge of the role of technology in the academic community. Information acquisition, critical thinking, and communication will be integrated in an active learning environment. Students will conduct library and electronic research to support one or more academic projects. Specific topics may vary with instructor.
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UNIV 2350. Interdisciplinary Tech/Soc (C).
Interdisciplinary Technology and Society (3-0) Students in this course will be introduced to approaches to technology assessment and will examine social, cultural, and environmental consequences of technology. Problem solving in small groups assigned to research, analyze, discuss, and arrive at possible solutions for a broad range of topics related to technology and society. Specific topics may vary with instructor. Strategies for effective uses of electronic technology in support of research are emphasized.