Minor in Environmental Sciences (Agriculture) - Environmental Studies I (A) ENVA 2000   Environmental Studies I (A)
CREDIT HOURS: 3
This is the first of a two-semester course sequence that deals with environmental issues from both an agricultural and a socio-economic basis. The scientific principles of each issue will first be outlined and explained, and then the agricultural and socio-economic aspects of the issue will be examined. The topics to be emphasized in this course will include issues associated with population growth, the atmosphere, and the hydrosphere. Students will be expected to show their understanding of the interplay between agriculture and environmental issues by writing a major term paper.
NOTES: Fall semester
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: 8 technical or degree course credits
EXCLUSIONS: APSC 2012