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BIOL 3303

A lecture course examining the scientific content or lack thereof in classic and current films. Films with a scientific theme will be viewed and the merits of the scientific content will be discussed. Students will gain an understanding and appreciation of how science is portrayed to the viewing public by the film and television industries and can be used as a persuasive tool for political maneuvering. Prerequisite: General Botany or General Zoology.


Spring 2020
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Sciences in Cinema & TV   Section 001   Christopher Ritzi
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Sciences in Cinema & TV   Section MC1   Christopher Ritzi
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 | Student Evaluation