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BTNY 1403 LS - Environment Appreciation

Credits: (3-4)
Typically taught:
Fall [Full Sem]
Spring [Full Sem]
Summer [1st Blk]

Development of awareness of the consequences of the impact of modern science through technology upon our environments and how we respond to issues related to threats to our biological life-support system. A definition of a quality environment is developed, with student input, and an analysis of the existing quality of our environment is made in light of this definition which challenges our collective wisdom to identify those things which we do well and to prescribe remedies for shortcomings. This course can be taken for 3 or 4 credits with the fourth credit based on a major research paper or project on an environmental issue. This class cannot be repeated for upper division credit (BTNY 3403 ). Three hours of lecture per week.