Master Course Outline
Introduction to Environmental Science

Course Number: ENVS& 101
Credits: 5
Hours per Quarter: 60

Lecture Hours:40    Lab Hours:20


Description
Provides a study of natural and modified systems and their interactions with humans and other living organisms. Students will gain scientific understanding of natural environments and the effects of human modification upon the natural world. Topics include: climate, soil, water resources, riparian areas, hazardous waste, and pollution of air, food, water, and agriculture. Students will learn about assessment procedures and riparian habitat improvements used by local government agencies. Lab work required. Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score or grade of C or higher in ENGL 087; or permission of the Science Division Chair or designee. Recommended: READ 088. Student may not earn credit for both ENVS& 101 and AGPR 101. Formerly ESCI 101, Introduction to Environmental Sciences.

Intended Skills and Attitude Outcomes


Syllabi Listing
Course
Year Quarter
Item
Instructor  
ENVS& 101
Winter 2014
8003
Dean Holecek
ENVS& 101
Spring 2012
9685
Michael Ritter
ENVS& 101
Spring 2011
9689
Michael Ritter
ENVS& 101
Fall 2010
9685
Michael Ritter


Two Year Projected Schedule

Year One* Year Two**
Fall
Winter
Spring
Summer
Mini 
Fall
Winter
Spring
Summer
Mini
 
 
X
X
 
 
 
X
X
 

*Year one is all odd years (2003-2004)
**Year two is all even years (2004-2005)