Plants and animals function in relationship with one action within their habitats. They need to be in balance for the earth to be healthy and sustainable.
Living a reflective and rational life.
The knowledge to understand, maintain, and protect forms of life.
Judgements about the function or dysfunction of human behavior.
Raises important questions and uses language to reveal significant insight.
Consistently demonstrates clear reasoning and problem solving but sometimes lacks significant insight. Shows a commitment to critical thinking.
Limited and superficial knowledge of the course material that fails to comprehend basic principles and concepts.
The techniques of chemistry are the most appropriate for the study of life at the molecular level. Enzyme reactions are crucial for understanding life.
Demonstrates clear reasoning and problem solving, but only inconsistently. Often resort to simple memorization of course material.
Data about human groups, including the characteristics they share and do not share.
Looking at the past as something that can be understood through study and interpretation from many perspectives.
Experimental and computational data, legacy designs, regulatory requirements, and mission needs.
Achieving maximum profit with minimal expenditure.
There are laws at work in the physical world that can be understood through systematic experimentation and observation.
Newtonian mechanics; conservation of mass, momentum and energy; aerodynamics; propulsion.