This course offers a broad overview of modern astronomy. We will examine how observation, experimentation and exploration have led to our present day understanding of the Earth environment and the Universe we live in. Our goal is to help students gain a physical understanding and an appreciation of the cosmos, and more generally, of the scientific method and how scientific discoveries impact society.
Protecting the state’s water from nutrient contamination depends on adopting best management practices (BMPs) for land and nutrient management in the urban and agricultural settings. BMPs must be based on science and be practical and economical to adopt, while meeting society’s needs. This course will cover the agricultural and urban water quality issues in Florida,
The purpose of this course is to introduce students to anatomy (the study of the body’s structures) and to present information and engage students in a way that promotes critical and creative thinking within the context of health and movement studies. Students will be asked not only to memorize important structures of the human body