ENV223H1: Fundamental Environmental Skills

Hours: 
24L

The practical, interdisciplinary and controversial nature of environmental issues, as well as the uncertainty that surrounds measures to address them demand mastery of a particular range of skills by environmental students. This course teaches the fundamental research, analysis and presentation skills required for effective environmental work. This course is for students enrolled in the Environmental Studies Major program, or permission of the Undergraduate Associate Director.

Prerequisite: 

4 FCE of courses completed.

Exclusion: 
Distribution Requirements: 
Social Science