That's not all! The Narrated Figures are professionally narrated, but are also available as free videos. The videos are easy to find on the Astronomy Web site, are available in more than 40 languages, and are a great supplement for any course that uses the Astronomy series of books. You can also use the narrated videos as a supplement for your own class.
The Astronomy major offers a degree in a program that has a very strong science program, with coursework in physics, chemistry, math, astronomy, and space science. There are also a number of minors that offer students an opportunity to specialize.
The Astronomy major is the highest level major awarded at the university and includes the courses in physics, chemistry, math, astronomy, and space science, as well as a minor in another science. The core courses are taken at the introductory level, and the breadth of the program allows students to tailor their degree to their interests.
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Astronomy students will learn to:
Comprehend and use the power of light to explore the universe;
Understand and use the universe as a dynamic system;
Interpret and apply astronomical discoveries;
Use the models of the solar system, galaxies, and superclusters;
Appreciate the importance of the night sky; and
Apply and explain the theory of relativity to the universe. 827ec27edc