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ENV-Environmental Science

Lower Division Collegiate

ENV111 (3 credits)
Introduction to Environmental Science 

Introduces the uses of chemical, physical, and biological principles to explain the complexity and diversity found in environmental systems. Designed for both environmental science majors and non -majors, and explores a wide range of environmental topics including the conservation of matter and energy, the atmosphere, nutrient cycles, the hydrologic cycle, population dynamics, biodiversity, human impact on the environment, resource and waste management, and the role of economics and politics in sustainability. Prerequisites: MTH20, and RD90 and WR90, or WR91 (WR91 substitutes for both RD90 and WR90) or designated placement scores(s).