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Courses: Biol of People & Envir (BIO-103)

Biol of People & Envir (BIO-103)
A study of ecological principles and their application to man's role in the biosphere. Population growth, technology, and the social dilemmas posed are viewed in terms of their contributions toward the degradation of environmental quality. The future of man and how he will cope with these problems is discussed. One or two all day field trips on weekends may be required in lieu of some regularly scheduled laboratory sessions. If a student cannot attend a field trip on a weekend day, an alternate learning experience will be assigned to replace the missed field trip. 3 lecture and 3 laboratory hours per week. 4 credit hours.

Course Name: BIO-103
Departments: Biology
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