This course combines critical thinking and problem-solving skills in developing and applying concepts basic to the Earth and characteristics of the solar system. The study of the Earth will include its history, composition, structure, oceans, atmosphere, and relationship within the universe. The characteristics of the solar system will include the evolution, motion and structure of stars and galaxies that comprise the universe as well as remote sensing and space exploration. A formal research paper is required.
Prerequisites: AHS 1200310 or AHS 1200370 and AHS 1200380 and AHS 2000310 or AHS 2003310.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
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