Environmental Science
This course is taught as a Gemini class through FLCC, CON/BIO 103.

We will investigate the interactions and relationships between humans and the Earth. The course provides the scientific foundation for analyzing today’s pressing environmental issues and solutions for a sustainable future. Students will gain an understanding and appreciation of the impact of humans on other living organisms, water resources, air quality, and energy and mineral resources. In analyzing potential solutions to these environmental issues, students will evaluate the impact of their own choices on the Earth’s resources as well as the relative role of governments in setting sustainable policies.

In the laboratory component of the course, students will learn scientific methodology, sampling procedures and methods used to test environmental quality. A portion of the lab will include outdoor experiences.

Please familiarize yourself with the course outline and expectations.
CON103 Syllabus.pdf