Survey of science topics for non-science majors. Credit Hours: 3 An introductory science course surveying basic topics in chemistry, physics, biology, earth science and astronomy. This course will serve as a science elective for non-science majors; science majors may take it as a general elective. Fulfills SUNY General Education – Natural Sciences. Course Outcomes At the completion of this course, the student should be able to: understand the scientific method, its uses and limitations; comprehend some topics in chemistry such as: temperature, states of matter, reactions, concept of acid and bases, neutralization, solubility, etc.; be familiar with some topics in physics such as: gravity, Coulomb’s law, current, voltage, electromagnetic spectrum, colorimetry, etc.; understand some topics in the field of biology such as: molecules of life, antacids, metabolism, digestion, etc.; be conversant with topics in astronomy: solar system, new planets, etc.; be familiar with topics in earth science such as: earthquakes, greenhouse effect, global warming, ozone layer, etc.; and be familiar with some engineering topics such as: heat transfer, gasoline, alternative fuels, vehicles and energy sources, etc.