Course Description:

BIOL 323A ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND CONSERVATION This course will provide a study of renewable and non renewable resources, including animals, plants, air, soil, water, and fossil fuels. The course will explore man's place in the world and examine his present and future possible effects on the environment. This course is recommended to meet the requirements of students desiring to obtain Unified Science certification. Prerequisite(s): BIOL 103 and 101, BIOL 113 and 111, BIOL 133, or BIOL 233. Co-requisite: BIOL 321A Environmental Science and Conservation Laboratory. Three Hours, Fall, Odd Years

Credits:

3.0

Pre-Requisites:

(BIOL101LAB AND BIOL103LEC) OR (BIOL111LAB AND BIOL113LEC) OR (BIOL133WEB) OR (BIOL233LEC) OR (BIOLGERLCLB OR BIOLGERLEC)

Co-Requisites:

BIOL321ALAB