Subject: SCI 20200 Environmental Sciences (GenEd)
Credits: 3 (Class 2, Lab 2)
Offered: (To be Updated)
Description: This course meets the university-wide general education requirement for laboratory science. The course addresses the multidisciplinary nature of environmental issues and problems and explores interdisciplinary approach to problem solving. Topics may include, but are not limited to, human population growth, natural resource management and conservation, environmental pollution, environmental ethics and policy, and sustainable development. Students in this course are expected to gain a working knowledge of environmental issues in a wide spectrum of disciplines, interdisciplinary communication skills, critical thinking and problem-solving skills based on sound evidence and logic, and the ability to be a team player in interdisciplinary cooperation. Open to all majors.