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Universe: Past, Present and Future

College of Arts and Sciences Syllabus

Course Information

Course Description
An introductory-level astronomy course requiring no previous college-level science background. The evolution of the universe: Big Bang creation, expansion of the universe, formation, development and properties of stars, planets and solar systems, and endings of the universe; as well as the history of our understanding of the universe from the perspectives of culture, philosophy, and science. 3.0 Credit Hours.
MATH-O91 or MATH-102 placement. Knowledge of basic algebra skills is assumed.

Faculty Information

Dr. Orin Harris, Assistant Professor of Physics.
Contact Information
Email:, Phone Extension: 5561
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