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Science Fiction Literature

LIT 061

Paper

$ 163.00
Plus textbooks: 
Instructor: 
Elizabeth Annaleah Woodard MEd
Section: 
101
Credit hours: 
0.50
 
 
 
 

This course evaluates the future through science fiction; it looks at the best and worst future possibilities if present trends in society and present human traits continue.

The required novels may be available at a local library or bookstore.

 
Delivery type: 
Paper
Required materials: 
0.00
Available space: 
999

1. Why Must Humans Explore?
2. Can Humans Be Trusted?
3. Everyone Has An Important Story To Tell
4. Speedback Review
5. How Do You Heal An Injured Community?
6. How Do Humans Adapt To New Technology?
7. Where Will Technology Take Us?
8. Speedback Review
9. Portfolio

No additional materials. All content for this course is delivered online and is included.