Through completion of their academic path in Science Foundations A and B, students will develop the ability to:

  • Demonstrate basic knowledge and understanding of fundamental scientific principles.
  • Apply skills in analytical thinking and problem solving to experimental and theoretical data.
  • Demonstrate skills in laboratory operations including making measurements, preparing solutions, using a microscope, operating instrumentation, designing experiments, preparing samples for various analyses.
  • Provide clear and compelling data and analysis in oral and written communications including papers, posters, or presentations.
  • Work both independently and collaboratively in the classroom and in the laboratory.
  • Exhibit growth in academic performance and personal and professional responsibility.


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Rochester Community and Technical College
851 30th Ave SE :: Rochester, MN 55904-4999
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Rochester Community and Technical College, a member of Minnesota State.
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