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    Jun 16, 2024  
Catalog 2023-2024 
    
Catalog 2023-2024 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ENV-1300 - Environmental Science* (S) (3)

Prerequisite:  Reading Placement; or RDG-0800; or take one of the following: IRW-0900A ; IRW-0900B ; IRW-0900C  
Students apply concepts of matter, energy, and ecosystem science to understanding the impact of man on the global environment. Topics covered include air and water pollution, population growth, resource management, power generation, waste disposal, and species diversity.  This course satisfies the General Education Physical Science requirement.

List Course Outcomes (consistent for all sections)
CO1 - Understand the significance of individual decisions and be prepared to evaluate environmental issues as consumers and citizens.

CO2 - Apply the practical application of environmental science concepts to everyday experience.

CO3 - Articulate the value of conservation and efficiency as environmental strategies.

CO4 - Appreciate and apply the importance of individual choices and decisions on environmental systems.

CO5 - Relate concepts to field conditions and real world situations.

CO6 - Recognize environmental problems and solutions within a “community” context, research and apply solutions.

CO7 - Acknowledge and account for the interaction between environmental, economic and political aspects of an issue.

CO8 - Articulate a conceptual knowledge of “green” business practices such as green accounting, supply chain management and materials management.

CO9 - Articulate the basis for environmental ethics.












































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