EN 120 - Discovering Environmental Science

Covers key scientific and technical topics and emphasizes quantitative skills of problem solving. Topic areas include: mass and energy transfer; environmental chemistry: mathematics of growth; risk assessment; water pollution; and air pollution. The course aims to provide a solid foundation in important scientific aspects of environmental problems, complementing policy-oriented courses. Above all the course is designed to make students literate and comfortable with the language used to describe and analyze physicochemical processes. Study journals and homework problems are used to encourage literacy. Math skills emphasized.

Course Designation/Attribute: FA

Anticipated Terms Offered: Annually - Spring

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