EUACS will continually emphasize the use of observations, hypothesis formulation and testing and facts to explore and justify the ideas underlying their projects. Although Empirical Reasoning spans many areas of a traditional curriculum and academic disciplines, it is most closely related to the fields and processes of science.
Students are likely to pursue studies in the following major areas of science, including:
- Unifying Themes of Science
- Inquiry and Design
- Biological Sciences
- Physical Science, Chemistry and Physics
- Earth Sciences
How Do I Prove It?
This goal is to think like a scientist: to use empirical evidence and a logical process to make decisions and to evaluate hypotheses. It does not reflect specific science content material, but instead can incorporate ideas from physics to sociology to art theory.