BIOL 1050 - ♦Introduction to Environmental Studies
The course will explore the fundamental principles of ecology, including population ecology. Ecosystems and communities including aquatic, terrestrial, and marine will be compared and contrasted. Influences of energy flow and biogeochemical cycles will be evaluated in terms of their effects on natural systems. On ground laboratory exercises will be a major part of the course.
Semester Availability: FALL ONLY - Semester Availability is subject to change. See your advisor.
Course may be offered through RODP.
PREREQUISITES: An acceptable placement score or completion of all Learning Support Competencies in reading and writing.
Hours: Three lecture, three field/laboratory hours per week.
General Education: Course can be used to meet Minimum General Education Core requirements.
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