Nov 14, 2019  
2019-2021 Academic Catalog 
    
2019-2021 Academic Catalog
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BIO 207 - Environmental Biology

3 cr.
This course is an exploration of the relationship between human activity and the natural environment. Using basic biological concepts as a framework, the course examines topics such as: natural resource use; pollution; waste; energy; agriculture and food; climate change; environmental justice and human health; biodiversity; and the genetic basis of biological conservation. The intersection of biology and the sciences with economics, ethics, and the social sciences in environmental studies will also be discussed. Three hours per week for lecture discussions. Prerequisites: BIO 111  and BIO 111L  (STEM majors) or BIO 101   and BIO 101L   (non-STEM majors). Co-Requisite: BIO 207L . This course may be offered only every other year.



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