Environmental Science

Environmental Science

Course Description

Environmental science represents the interface between ecological processes, human behavior, history and economic/ political realities. This course provides students with fundamentals of the scientific principles that underlie ecological phenomena, combining scientific concepts with details on human issues related to food, air, water, land use, toxicology, population, energy, waste and environmental education. Students analyze case studies and conduct web research of global issues and undertake in-class debate of contemporary issues in environmental science. 

Course Materials

The most recent version of the syllabus can be found here for the lecture and here for the lab


Virtual Course Offering

This course has been modified to be offered virtually over Summer I Semester.  For the latest course syllabus for this version of the course lecture see here and for the lab see here