ENVI 102 - Environmental Science and Sustainability (3,3) 4 Credits
General Education Course: Science (lab)
This is an interdisciplinary lecture and laboratory course that uses a scientific approach to analyze the biophysical, social, political, and economic causes and consequences of environmental problems. Students will be encouraged to explore how these concepts and issues relate to their own lives, from both global and local perspectives. Students will study existing solutions and develop concepts and designs for their own potential solutions to common environmental problems documented on campus, at home, or in the surrounding community. Students will gain hands-on experience and build skills in environmental science and research through field work, online databases, group projects inside and outside the classroom, and service learning opportunities. The course will use campus sustainability as an overarching framework to introduce students to the theory and practice of environmental science. Students cannot receive credit for both ENVI 101 and ENVI 102.
Spring 2021 Course Selections
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