ENV 110 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE I (formerly ENV 4014) course syllabus (pdf format) 4 credits, 3hrs. lecture/2 hrs. Lab The student will analyze data and explain concepts related to the classification of matter, basic principles of atomic structure and bonding, energy sources, and the health-related environmental effects and the social implications and control of major air and water pollutants. Offered in English and Spanish. ENV 120 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE II (formerly ENV 4016) course syllabus (pdf format) 4 credits, 3-hrs. lecture, 2 hrs. lab Prerequisite: ENV 110 The student will classify organic compounds according to functional groups and explain the health and environmental effects of pesticides, social problems related to adequate diet and malnutrition, availability of food, food preservation, new food sources, food additives and their regulation, and drugs.