Also offered as CHEM 4005 and PHYS 4005; permission of the department.Prereq.:credit for EDCI 2500 and credit or registration in EDCI 3550. Not for graduate credit. This course focuses on the tools that scientists use to solve scientific problems, including use of experiments to answer scientific questions, experimental design, use of statistics and mathematical modeling of scientific phenomena. This course includes the oral presentation of scientific work and a minimum of 10 hours of work in area middle and high schools.