ENV 320 Environmental Science Field Studies

Provides students an opportunity to observe and analyze unique ecosystems firsthand. Students will travel to one or more destinations where the functions and interactions of various ecosystems can be studied. Students will develop pertinent research questions, collect data from the field, and interpret and present their findings. The dynamic interaction between humans and the environment will be analyzed, including how humans influence the environment and how ecosystems shape the development of resident cultures. Minimum sophomore standing Fees: Expenses, including travel and lodging, passport and vaccination fees may be required.

Credits

3 credits

Prerequisite

Minimum sophomore standing

SEE Certification

Scientific Reasoning-Laboratory

Offered

as needed

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