SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
INTRO TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
Section: BIOL 208-150
Credits: 3 credit hours
Availability: 6 (Capacity: 14)
9:00 AM - 10:50 AM
Fulton Campus - F150
This course explores the human relationship with the natural environment by examining the critical issues that affect the viability and sustainability of natural resources of our planet. Natural resources, their importance, distribution, and impacts from human use and over-use are examined at local, state, national and global levels. The course uses case studies of current-day environmental issues and their relationship to concepts of ecological, air, soil, water, energy, biodiversity, and population dynamics. Issues are examined from viewpoints of scientific theories of environmental impacts as well as human interactions and constituent viewpoints.
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