Environmental Science

ENV 110 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE I 
(formerly ENV 4014)
3 credit required core: LIFE AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES

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3 credits, 3-hrs. lecture
Pre-requisite: ENG 91 or ESL 91
Co-requisite: ENV 111 (1 credit, 2 hour-Lab). ENG 91 or ESL 91
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.
ENV 111

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE I LAB

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3 credits, 3-hrs. lecture
Co-requisite: ENV 110
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.
ENV 120

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE II
(formerly ENV 4016)

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3 credits, 3-hrs. lecture
Pre-requisite: ENV 110
The student will learn how to classify and name organic compounds according to functional groups. The students will further be encouraged to explain the health and environmental effects of pesticides, social problems associated with inadequate diet (malnutrition), availability of food, food preservation, food additives, drug usage and their attendant government regulations.
ENV 122

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE LAB II
(formerly ENV 4016)

course syllabus (pdf format)

3 credits, 3-hrs. lecture
Pre-requisite: ENV 110 and ENV 111
Co-requisite: ENV 120
The student will learn how to classify and name organic compounds according to functional groups. The IUPAC system of naming organic compounds will also be introduced. The students will further be encouraged to explain the health and environmental effects of pesticides, social problems associated with inadequate diet (malnutrition), availability of food, food preservation, food additives, drug usage and their attendant government regulations.