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BIO 1102 - ENVIRONMENTAL ECOLOGY
PREREQUISITE: ENGL 1411 or equivalent placement A laboratory course emphasizing scientific inquiry through a breadth of selected concepts focusing on environmental issues. Concepts include ecology, biodiversity, evolution, physiology and health, and human populations. Biological issues with personal and social implications will be clearly integrated throughout the course emphasizing current environmental issues and possible solutions or courses of action. Development of scientific literacy will be a foundation of the course to enable students to make informed decisions. Class discussions are supplemented by labortory exercises and field trips.

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Description PREREQUISITE: ENGL 1411 or equivalent placement A laboratory course emphasizing scientific inquiry through a breadth of selected concepts focusing on environmental issues. Concepts include ecology, biodiversity, evolution, physiology and health, and human populations. Biological issues with personal and social implications will be clearly integrated throughout the course emphasizing current environmental issues and possible solutions or courses of action. Development of scientific literacy will be a foundation of the course to enable students to make informed decisions. Class discussions are supplemented by labortory exercises and field trips.
Prerequisites (( ASST / Reading <min score = 40.0000> or COMP / Reading <min score = 75.0000> or ACT / Reading <min score = 20.0000> or ACCU / Reading <min score = 70.0000> or SAT / Critical Read <min score = 480.0000> ) and ( ASST / Writing <min score = 41.0000> or COMP / Writing <min score = 70.0000> or ACT / Writing <min score = 20.0000> or SAT / Writing <min score = 480.0000> or ACCU / Sentence Skills <min score = 72.0000> )) or ( PREP 1404 / Lecture <min grade = C, min credit = 3.00> or ENGL 1411 / Lecture <min grade = C, min credit = 3.00> )
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 4.00
Credit Types Standard

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