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FYS 1225 - Scientific Thinking Strategies

Credits: 4
A course designed for college majors in the natural sciences (such as biology, physics and chemistry), Scientific Thinking Strategies focus not on biological, physical or chemical facts, but on two major skills that are not only applicable to, but also required by a successful career in all natural sciences. First, the course teaches you how to approach any problem, even problems you have never seen before, using a highly structured thinking strategy. Second, the course trains you to articulate the process of problem-solving such that one successful strategy becomes a sustained successful strategy, in your future science courses, your science career, and your life in general.
McDaniel Plan: First Year Seminar



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