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|ES 100 - Environmental Science|
This course uses scientific principles to explore the interdisciplinary study of socio-ecological systems. Students will develop a knowledge base of our biological and physical environment, leading to an exploration of human interactions with the environment. Using lectures, laboratory exercises, and fieldwork, students will learn to understand environmental issues and make informed choices regarding environmental dilemmas. Topics include earth and biological systems, population dynamics, land and water use, energy resources, pollution, and global change.
4.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Hybrid - do not use, Combined Lecture and Lab, Online - do not use
Behavioral and Social Sciences Department
AREA III - Natural Science
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