ENSC 1301 (ENVR 1301)
Introduction to Environmental Systems
Three semester hours.
An introductory course for majors and non-majors that applies the principles of the scientific method and critical thinking to environmental issues through a multidisciplinary approach. Students will gain an understanding of biotic interactions in environmental systems and the human impact as it relates to public policy and natural resource use. The course will focus on environmental sustainability and the ecological principles essential to understanding processes in environmental systems. This course is a prerequisite for ENSC/BIOL 3401 and must be taken concurrently with ENSC 1101.
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