An overview of the fundamentals of environmental science, with a focus on physical and living systems, processes and the ways in which humans depend on, interact with and affect these systems. Topics may include but are not limited to current environmental concerns, such as human population growth, human changes to biogeochemical cycles, and institutional responses to resource use and pollution.
One 1000-level course (3.0 credit hours) in Biology, Chemistry, Geography, or Physics
Admission to the Post-Diploma B.Sc. in Geography, with a Concentration in Geographical Information Science