ENVI 310 — Environmental Science, Technology, and Society for Teachers. 4 hours.
Environmental science, ecological principles, the Earth's weather, and the interrelationships of science, technology, and society for elementary, early childhood, and secondary science teachers. Historical and contemporary contexts will be emphasized. Laboratory will utilize a wide range of instructional resources and technologies supportive of scientific learning for the classroom. Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory. Prerequisites: BIOL 101 or 125, EDUC 150.
ENVI 395 — Seminar in Environmental Science. ½ hour.
Discussion-oriented course to investigate current topics of importance for Environmental Science majors. Particular topics will include environmental philosophy and ethics, environmental law, and examination of competing interests that impact environmental issues. Emphasis will be placed on problem-solving and developing professional skills. Two semesters required for Environmental Science majors.
ENVI 450 — Research/Internship in Environmental Science. 3 hours.
A research or intern experience in the student's area of interest as related to the environment. Research will include library, laboratory, and/ or field work. An internship may consist of project work and professional cooperation with any number of public or private corporations (e.g., city and county planning commissions, park districts, engineering and consulting companies, state and government agencies, etc.).