SCI 199: Introduction to Physical Science and Research Methods SPRING 2018 SESSION: FEBRUARY 5 – APRIL 27, 2018 Tuition Fee: $595 | 3.0 Undergraduate Credit Hours Did you attend Advanced Space Academy® or Aviation Challenge®, Mach III and want to continue building your knowledge in STEM? Earn three hours of undergraduate credit online by participating in this follow-on course offered by The University of Alabama in Huntsville. This online course will allow you to gain an introduction to college level science disciplines and research methods. Don't miss out — Apply today! Expand what you know — earn UAH undergraduate credit! APPLY Apply for Non-Degree Undergraduate Status at UAH Download and complete application Submit application and Unofficial High School Transcript UAH will evaluate and issue admission notification REGISTER Phone 256.824.2808 Admission notification is required prior to registering Pay $595 tuition fee Contact us: CPCS.firstname.lastname@example.org Course Description: Explore the scientific fields that directly integrate the study of aviation and aerospace. Understand the definition and segmentation of research through concepts such as heat transfer, Newtonian mechanics, chemical propulsion, computer modeling and simulation, biology in space, research ethics, technical writing, and data analysis. Students who complete this course will be equipped with a basic skill set critical to contributing to scientific research projects. Primary Assignments: Participation in online lecture modules Quizzes Final digital research poster Course activities are correlated with STEM related curricula developed at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center. Tuition fee includes all course materials. Explore Possibilities at UAH UAH offers unique opportunities for you to have personalized instruction and hands-on learning experiences at one of the finest institutions for scientific research. Explore areas in the College of Science such as optics, astrophysics, earth-atmospheric and space science. GO. LEARN. BE. Find Your Passion at UAH!