BIO 436 Environmental Resources and Management
Analysis of the interactions of human population-resource depletion-pollution at local to global scales from an environmental management/protection perspective. Emphasis upon better understanding the impacts of over-population and methods for control, significance and loss of biodiversity, aquatic pollution, and global climate change.
and BIO 290
, or permission of department chair and CHEM 163
and CHEM 164
or CHEM 122.