BIOL 2115 - Environmental Science*
3 Class Hours, 3 Lab Hours
A survey course designed to examine natural systems and the impact of human society on those systems. Topics covered will include principles of ecology, biodiversity, and population dynamics; additionally, the course will address the socioeconomic and environmental costs associated with natural resource consumption, energy production, pollution, and waste generation. Laboratory work and off-site activities will provide additional opportunities for students to develop critical thinking and environmental problem solving skills, as they address local environmental issues. Prerequisite(s): Completion of all competencies in Learning Support reading and writing.
Semester Availability: Fall, Spring
* This course is part of the general education core.
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