The learning objectives of the course include students’ ability to demonstrate (1) knowledge of a significant unit of historical change; (2) skills in reasoning and use of evidence regarding historical change; (3) knowledge of central issues and problems in the history of modern science and technology; and (4) skills in critical reading, thinking, and writing. The course learning objectives contribute to two of Kettering’s University Learning Outcomes: (1) “Reasoning: Graduating Kettering University students will possess the ability to apply critical thinking and reasoning in a variety of contexts” and (2) “Communication: Graduating Kettering University students will communicate effectively in a variety of contexts.”
Elahi, Babak, "No Date: HIST 329 - Science, Technology, and the Modern World" (2020). UCC Documents. 63.