2002-03 Bulletin
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ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES


ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES (ENVI)


ENVI 151  ENVIRONMENTAL PRINCIPLES 4
Consideration of resource and pollution issues through application of biological, chemical, physical and geological principles: wildlife resources, habitat, species extinction, renewable and non-renewable resources, air pollution, acid rain, ozone depletion, global warming, water resources and quality, nuclear energy and wastes, electromagnetism, and hazardous materials. Corequisites: BIOL 101 or CHEM 141 and MATH 117, 121 or 181.
 

ENVI 385  ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP 4
An interdisciplinary consideration of environmental problems and issues: resources and pollution, energy, population dynamics, quality of life; solutions: scientific, technological, economic, social/political, ethical.
 

ENVI 386  ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 4
Limiting environmental degradation through environmental policy and economics; assessing impacts of resource depletion, population growth, non-market ecosystem values, environmental policy, trade; emphasis on local, state, federal and international environmental regulations and policy. Prerequisites: ENVI 151, 385, ECON 212, PLSC 224.
 

ENVI 479  ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH/PROJECT 2, 2
Each major must complete a project during the senior year.
 

ENVI 495  COLLOQUIUM 0
Lectures on current environmental topics. Minors must complete one quarter. Majors must complete four quarters. Graded S or NC.
 

ENVI 496, 497, 498  ENVIRONMENTAL SEMINAR 1, 1, 2
Group projects by majors and minors; oral and written presentations of results.