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.

Corequisite: 

ENV221H1 and enrolment in a School Major program, or permission of Academic Associate Director.

Exclusion: 

GGR271H1 (taken in 2010-11 or after); INI223H1 (2005-06 academic year and before)

Distribution Requirements: 
Social Science