805-114 DESCRIPTIVE ASTRONOMY GM 3 cr
A non-laboratory course that introduces the basic aspects of astronomy, including cultural and historical considerations. The study of galaxies, stars, as well as our solar system is included. Observational activities and field trips may be included as integral parts of the course. Three one-hour lectures per week.
Coreq: 760-141 or consent of instructor.
805-350/550 ASTROPHOTOGRAPHY FOR THE AMATEUR 3 cr
This course is designed for people interested in combining astronomy with photography through the media of telescope and camera. Techniques for photographing astronomical objects are presented in an activity-oriented format. Darkroom procedures for processing color slides, black/white and color prints are also included. Does not count toward physics major/minor.
805-430/630 ASTRONOMY FOR TEACHERS 3 cr
An individualized course intended for K-12 teachers with limited astronomy background. Subject matter covered will depend on the needs and interests of the students. Each student does experimental or observational projects which are presented at the end of the course as a paper in a seminar. This course may not count toward physics major or minor.
805-490/690 ASTRONOMY WORKSHOP 1-5 cr
Prereq: Consent of instructor.
805-498 INDEPENDENT STUDY 1-3 cr
Prereq: Cons instr.
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Last revised on March 10, 2000 by WDT