BIO209 Introduction to Environmental Science
This course is an introduction to the concepts and principles of environmental science. By its nature, environmental science is an interdisciplinary field which draws on elements of the natural sciences, including biology, ecology, chemistry, geography and the earth sciences. Its central theme is the interrelatedness of basic environmental processes in association with conserving important aspects of the environment such as clean air, clean water, pristine habitats and native species. Human population growth, ethics, the law and policy making will be considered in addressing environmental issues.
Credit Hours: 4
Prerequisites: MAT101, ENG100 or equivalent