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ENST 208. Environmental Biology. 1 Credit.

Offered Either Fall or Spring; Lecture hours:3,Lab:3
Introduction to ecology and evolutionary biology, organism interactions with environment, biodiversity, energy flow, and nutrient cycling, with emphasis on human influences on living systems and applications of evolutionary biology and ecology to solving environmental problems. This course is intended primarily for students majoring in environmental studies.

Environmental Studies & Sciences (ENST)
Environmental studies & sciences is the interdisciplinary examination of how natural sciences, policy studies, social sciences, humanities and engineering combine to inform inquiry of humanity’s effects on and interrelationships with the natural world. This department educates the student to identify, analyze and respond to complex environmental issues by working with communities and experts in many fields. With a major in environmental studies, students have the latitude to create a course of study in an area of specialization and to develop a breadth of interdisciplinary and methodological knowledge in diverse environmental fields.