ENV110 Introduction Environmental Science 3 credits
This course integrates the physical, life and social sciences under an overarching theme of sustainability to examine environmental issues and solutions. It incorporates a diverse set of topics including ecology, biodiversity, urban and regional planning, air and water pollution, energy supply and consumption, water resources, food production, solid waste, toxic substances, and human population. Critical thinking is promoted through student analysis and interpretation of environmental data and trends, and through student application of knowledge to new situations.
This course may be taken 1 time for credit.