ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

ENVS-324
Environmental Health (4)

Course Level: Undergraduate

This course examines physical, chemical, and biological factors in the environment that impact community health and health behaviors. The concept and method of risk assessment are discussed, as well as how health-supportive environments can be created and maintained. Related laboratory work focuses on techniques used to assess air, water, and ground quality, as well as identifying environmental contaminates. Usually offered every spring. Prerequisite: BIO-110.

ENVS-324
Environmental Health: Environmental Issues in Public Health

Course Level: Undergraduate

This course examines physical, chemical, and biological factors in the environment that impact community health and health behaviors. The concept and method of risk assessment are discussed, as well as how health-supportive environments can be created and maintained. Usually offered every spring. Prerequisite: BIO-110 or ENVS-150 or ENVS-160.