ENV-260 Biological Environmental Interactions

This course explores biological and ecological principles and processes as a means of understanding the behavior of and interactions in complex environmental systems, including biotic communities, and ecosystems, such as forests, streams, and agricultural ecosystems. Topics discussed include biological energetics, population dynamics and demography, biodiversity, conservation biology, sustainable agriculture, nutrient cycling, and toxicology. Interdisciplinary perspectives are emphasized. Prerequisite: MAT-125 or Instructor permission


3 credits


MAT-125 or Instructor permission


ENV-260L must be taken concurrently with this course