BSC3057: Introduction to Environmental Studies 3
This course represents the core foundation course for the interdisciplinary Environmental Studies minor. Topics cover a broad range of environmental issues in order to lay the foundation for the understanding of complex environmental issues and the interactions between human behavior, technology, and the natural environment. Course content provides an introduction to issues of biodiversity, appreciating human impact, principles of sustainability, biotechnology, resource conservation, legal and policy issues, ethics, and ecopsychology. (This course cannot be used by biology majors to satisfy degree requirements.)