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LEH 351: Studies in Scientific and Applied Perspectives.
3 hours, 3 credits (may be repeated for credit with a different topic). Selected topics in the social sciences, life and physical sciences, and applied perspectives. PREREQ: Official selection of a major and either completion of 60 General Education credits or an Associate's Degree.
NOTE 1: In general, students should expect writing assignments and computerbased work along with research involving the library and the Internet.
NOTE 2: This course grants general education credit toward graduation for students in all major concentrations except Accounting; Anthropology; Anthropology (interdisciplinary concentration; Biology; Business Administration; Chemistry; Computer Graphics and Imaging; Computer Information Systems; Computer Science; Dietetics, Food, and Nutrition; Economics; Exercise Science; Geography; Geology; Health Education and Promotion; Health Education N-12; Health Services Administration; Italian American Studies; Mathematics; Nursing; Physics; Political Science; Psychology; Recreation Education; Social Work; Sociology; Speech Pathology; and Audiology.
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