ENV 101. Introduction to Environmental Studies (4)
hours lecture and three hours laboratory per week. A multidisciplinary
introductory course required of all entering students majoring in environmental
studies. Topics covered will prepare students for classes in biology, chemistry,
geography and marine science. Course examines the important concepts and topics
in environmental studies. Invited lectures will add expertise and perspective of
many disciplines. Students will read papers on current issues, conduct searches
of the primary literature, and search World Wide Web sources to enhance their
understanding of special topics. They will learn through exploration the
diversity of public regulatory and private organizations active in the
ENV 199. Special Topics in Environmental Studies (3)
Three hours per week. May be taken for elective credit one time by
environmental studies majors. This course may be offered on demand; covering
predetermined introductory special topics of environmental significance.
Lectures and discussions will be conducted by the combined efforts of staff
members, visiting speakers and students.