Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment or credit in ENSP 101 and permission of the program director. Priority will be given to ENSP majors or students who intend to major in ENSP. (Second semester/ 1 credit)
This is a laboratory course designed to introduce students to the hands-on study of environmental issues. Course material will complement that of ENSP 101, Environmental Problems. Students will investigate environmental problems through a variety of means, including experiments, observations, surveys and literature reviews. Topics covered might include human population growth, air and water pollution, energy consumption, food production, attitudes about environmental issues and biodiversity. This course is for students who are majors in or intend to major in environmental science and policy.