ENVU 3200 - Ecology and Ecosystems
“Ecology and Ecosystems” is a course that is intended to provide a basic but firm understanding of the science of ecology from an ecosystem perspective. Students examine the ways in which those underlying principles and knowledge describe the world, how ecosystems function, and what services those systems and the discipline provide to mankind and the earth. Ecology as a scientific discipline has existed for more than a century, but in recent years has become increasingly important for understanding the basis and possible solutions to a myriad of environmental issues. Overall, this course provides the basic vocabulary and the underlying principles that give the science of ecology and ecosystems form and function.
NOTE: This course is not offered this term. Please refer to the annual schedule for Bachelor's Completion Program to see the next time this course is offered.