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ENSC 2305 (3-3-0) Environmental Science Problems I
The first semester of a two-semester environmental science course, covering the topics that form a foundation for advanced courses. Environmental Science principles stressing mass balance concepts are introduced. An introduction to specific topics will include, but are not limited to, chemistry and biology from an environmental point of view, materials and energy balance, ecosystems, environmental risk perception, assessment and management, hydrology and sustainability. This course does not fulfill the requirements for general studies science courses. Fall.
Prerequisite: ENSC 1401, CHEM 1402 and MATH 1405. MATH 3308 recommended.