Global Ecology

This course examines the global environmental problems associated with human population, species loss, soil erosion and desertification, air and water pollution, acid precipitation, ozone layer depletion, waste management, and a sustainable society. These issues are examined from a scientific viewpoint and placed in context of the cultural, religious, gender and socio-economic aspects that influence these issues. This course asks the student to identify possible solutions after careful study of environmental problems and to involve the student in some of these solutions. (This course meets Global/Environmental general education requirements for all majors). Course meets diversity requirement. Prerequisite: Any university level 3-hour Biology, Physical Science, or Environmental Science course. Also listed as ENV 305.

Grade Basis: Letter Grade
Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

Restrictions:

  • Any university level 3-hour Biology, Physical Science, or Environmental Science course.

Last updated: 08/10/2021