Environmental Science (ENSC) - Introduction to Environmental Science Part 1

ENSC 1006  Introduction to Environmental Science Part 1


ENSC 1005


The contact time averages two hours of lecture and one hour of lab per week. (2-hour lecture every week and a 2-hour lab every second week.)




Students are exposed to a basic background of various sciences – such as Ecology, Biology, Chemistry, and Geography – that are integrated as “Environmental Science” and used to study the environment and to solve environmental problems. In Part 1, students use this knowledge to: learn about natural and altered ecosystems, consider issues stemming from human population growth & impact, and comprehend a host of problems associated with biodiversity, extinctions and invasive species.

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