CHEM-303 Scientific Ethics, Blunders, and Fraud

Examines the science and the scientific method through the lens of ethics to distinguish scientific error from outright fraud. The course looks at classic and contemporary scientific blunders and fraud cases in academia, industry and government. Examines ethical policy from the fallout of academic fraud. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing and CHEM-222. 4 SH. CC: Ethics Intensive, Interdisciplinary.