ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY GSC2

An introduction to basic biological principles as they apply to interactions between organisms and their environment. Consideration is given to biotic and abiotic interactions, energy flow, biogeochemical cycling, population growth, biodiversity, basic cell biology, genetics, and evolution with a special emphasis on human impacts on these biological systems. This course establishes a strong foundation in applied biology from a scientific perspective.

Credits: 
3
Program Code: 
BIOL
Course Number: 
130
Academic Program(s): 
Biology