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Natural & Mathematical Sciences

This course list includes all Natural and Mathematical Sciences courses approved in Spring 2014 for the Breadth of Inquiry requirement of the IU Bloomington Campus-wide General Education Program. This course listing applies to courses offered in Summer 2014, Fall 2014, and Spring 2015. (Please note that courses approved for N&M credit are not necessarily offered every semester.)

ANAT-A 215Basic Human Anatomy*
ANTH-A 107Becoming Human: Evolving Genes, Bodies, Behavior, Ideas*
ANTH-A 211Anthropology Topics in the Natural and Mathematical Sciences*
ANTH-B 200Bioanthropology*
ANTH-B 260Biocultural Medical Anthropology*
AST-A 100The Solar System*
AST-A 102Gravity, the Great Attractor: Evolution of Planets, Stars, and Galaxies*
AST-A 103The Search for Life in the Universe*
AST-A 105Stars and Galaxies*
AST-A 115Birth and Death of the Universe*
AST-A 221General Astronomy I*
AST-A 222General Astronomy II*
BIOL-L 100Humans and the Biological World*
BIOL-L 104Introductory Biology Lectures*
BIOL-L 111Foundations of Biology: Evolution and Diversity*
BIOL-L 112Foundations of Biology: Biological Mechanisms*
CHEM-C 100The World as Chemistry*
CHEM-C 101Elementary Chemistry I*
CHEM-C 102Elementary Chemistry II*
CHEM-C 103Introduction to Chemical Principles*
CHEM-C 117Principles of Chemistry and Biochemistry I*
CHEM-C 118Principles of Chemistry and Biochemistry II*
CHEM-C 121Elementary Chemistry Laboratory I*
CHEM-C 122Elementary Chemistry Laboratory II*
CHEM-C 127Principles of Chemistry and Biochemistry Laboratory*
CHEM-S 117Principles of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Honors*
CLLC-L 130Science and the Universe*
CLLC-L 230Life—Concepts and Issues*
COGS-Q 101Introduction to Cognitive Science
COLL-C 105Critical Approaches to the Natural and Mathematical Sciences*
COLL-S 105Freshman Seminar in Natural and Mathematical Sciences*
CSCI-A 110Introduction to Computers and Computing
CSCI-A 201Introduction to Programming I
CSCI-A 202Introduction to Programming II
CSCI-C 102Great Ideas in Computing
CSCI-C 211Introduction to Computer Science
CSCI-C 212Introduction to Software Systems
CSCI-H 211Introduction to Computer Science
CSCI-H 212Introduction to Software Systems, Honors
GEOG-G 107Physical Systems of the Environment*
GEOG-G 109Weather and Climate*
GEOG-G 185Environmental Change: The End of the World as We Know It?*
GEOG-G 208Environment and Society*
GEOL-G 103Earth Science: Materials and Processes*
GEOL-G 104Evolution of the Earth*
GEOL-G 105Earth: Our Habitable Planet*
GEOL-G 111Physical Geology*
GEOL-G 112Historical Geology*
GEOL-G 114Dinosaurs and Their Relatives*
GEOL-G 116Our Planet and Its Future*
GEOL-G 121Meteorites and Geological Processes in Planets*
GEOL-G 131Oceans and Our Global Environment*
GEOL-G 141Earthquakes and Volcanoes*
GEOL-G 171Environmental Geology*
GEOL-G 188Volcanoes of the Eastern Sierra Nevada: Geology and Natural Heritage of the Long Valley Caldera*
GEOL-S 103Earth Science: Materials and Processes Honors*
GEOL-S 121Meteorites and Geological Processes in Planets, Honors*
HON-H 241Scientific Uncertainty and Discovery *
HPSC-X 200Scientific Reasoning
HPSC-X 229Introduction to the History and Philosophy of Modern Physics*
HPSC-X 253Inductive Reasoning
INFO-H 101Introduction to Informatics--Honors
INFO-I 101Introduction to Informatics
INFO-I 123Data Fluency
LING-L 203Introduction to Linguistic Analysis
LING-L 245Language and Computers
MATH-D 116 and D 117Introduction to Finite Mathematics I and II (2 cr. + 2 cr.)1
MATH-J 113Introduction to Calculus with Applications
MATH-M 118Finite Mathematics
MATH-M 119Brief Survey of Calculus I
MATH-M 120Brief Survey of Calculus II
MATH-M 211Calculus I
MATH-M 212Calculus II
MATH-M 213Accelerated Calculus
MATH-S 118Honors Finite Mathematics
MATH-S 212Honors Calculus II
MATH-V 118Finite Mathematics with Applications: Finite Math in Action
MATH-V 118Finite Mathematics with Applications: Finite Mathematics for the Social and Biological Sciences
MSCI-M 216Medical Science of Psychoactive Drugs*
PHIL-P 250Introductory Symbolic Logic
PHIL-P 251Intermediate Symbolic Logic
PHSL-P 215Basic Human Physiology*
PHYS-P 101Physics in the Modern World*
PHYS-P 105Basic Physics of Sound*
PHYS-P 108Audio Technology Acoustics Laboratory*
PHYS-P 109Introductory Acoustics Laboratory*
PHYS-P 111Physics of Extraterrestrial Life and Death*
PHYS-P 120Energy and Technology*
PHYS-P 125Energy in the Twenty-first Century*
PHYS-P 150How Things Work*
PHYS-P 151Twenty-first–Century Physics*
PHYS-P 199Physical Science through Inquiry*
PHYS-P 201General Physics I*
PHYS-P 202General Physics II*
PSY-P 101Introductory Psychology I*
PSY-P 155Introduction to Psychological and Brain Sciences*
SOC-S 110Charts, Graphs, and Tables
SPEA-E 272Introduction to Environmental Sciences*
SPEA-S 272Honors--Introduction to Environmental Sciences*
SPH-N 231Human Nutrition*
STAT-S 100Statistical Literacy
TOPT-V 201Anatomy and Physiology of the Eye*
VSCI-V 250The Miracle of Sight*

1 Note: MATH-D 116–D 117 is a two-course sequence. Credit is not given for D 116 until D 116 is completed with a minimum grade of C– and D 117 is completed with a passing grade.

* Natural Science course