This course covers a broad range of environmental issues that provide a foundation for the understanding of the interactions between human behavior, technology and the natural environment. Course content provides an introduction to issues of biodiversity, appreciation of human impact, principles of sustainability, biotechnology, resource conservation, legal and policy issues and ethics.
Prerequisites: BSC 1005 or higher and CHM 1020 or higher and PHY 1053C or higher.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
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