ENVS 1401 Environmental Science
Credit Hours 3.0
Corequisites ENVS 1401L
Requirements See section 1310.50 for Learning Support and ESL placement information.
Description

This is a science course designed to investigate the role of humans in their environment. Students develop a knowledge base about their biological and physical environment. This information leads to exploration of human dependence on, technological control over, and interactions with the environment. Emphasis is placed on sustaining resources and making informed choices concerning environmental issues.

ENVS 1401L Environmental Science Lab
Credit Hours 1.0
Corequisites ENVS 1401
Description

 Laboratory based application of topics covered in the lecture.

ENVS 1402 Plants Resources in the Environment
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites ENVS 1401/[ENVS1401L] or [ENVS1401K]
Corequisites ENVS 1402L
Description

Introduction to the importance of plants as the foundation of terrestrial ecosystems and producers that fuel life on land, including plant ecology, diversity, evolution, structure, and adaptations, as well as human uses of plant products. This course does not fulfill the requirements for a major in biology.

ENVS 1402L Plant Resources in the Environment Laboratory
Credit Hours 1.0
Corequisites ENVS 1402
Description

Laboratory based application of topics covered in the lecture.