LAS and SCI Courses
LAS 101 - Arts and Ideas Seminar
Seminar on selected intellectual and artistic topics which may vary each time course is offered. Topic stated in current Schedule of Classes. May be repeated under a different topic. Maximum of three hours credit may be earned. Cross-listed with CFA 101.
LAS 301 - Cooperative Education/Internship in LAS
Cooperative education or internship experience. Non-departmental credit in LAS, not intended to satisfy departmental or major program requirements. May be repeated for a total of 9 hours credit with a combined total of 9 hours available for all Cooperative Education & Internship work assignments. The number of hours awarded for the work assignment will be dependent upon the number of total hours worked during the semester. Pass/Fail. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, 2.0 Bradley overall grade point average, consent of LAS Co-op and internship coordinator and Co-op and internship faculty advisor.
LAS 305 - Study Abroad Seminar
Study of the cultural and historical contexts of the study abroad site. Prerequisite: registration for study abroad interim session.
SCI 101 - Topics in Investigative Science for Educators
Gen. Ed. FS
Laboratory-based biological and physical science. Content developed along interdisciplinary themes. Course taught in an inquiry/investigative format and provides an introduction to investigate science applications in Pre K-12 classroom settings. Course may be repeated once under different topic. Prerequisite: 12 hours of college-level courses.
SCI 501 - Topics in Investigative Science for Educators
Laboratory-based biological and physical science. Content developed along interdisciplinary themes. Course taught in an inquiry/investigative format and includes application to Pre K-12 classroom settings. Course may be repeated under different topic. Credit will not be given for SCI 501 students who have obtained credit for SCI 101 under the same theme. Registration is not open to undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in a natural science degree program. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ETE 550.