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Environmental Studies
Natural Sciences Division
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ENVS 1 INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 4 Units

Relationship of living organisms to the environment, including human impact on the atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere and biosphere. Emphasis is placed on understanding of biological and physical science issues currently faced by society. Includes laboratory and field investigation of ecosystems and the environment. No credit if taken after Biol 37, Biol 40 or Physc 37. Total of 54 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory. Transfer credit: CSU; UC credit under review. Grading: Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass
#0796  8:40am-   Noon TuTh    LecLab  U285   CATANESE E  
No. 0796: This course will require field trips to local areas. Student must provide their own transportation and possible entrance fees.
#1673 10:25am-   Noon TuTh    LecLab  C333   RODRIGUEZ K 
    &    Noon- 3:20pm W               U412   RODRIGUEZ K 
No. 1673: This section is part of the Scholars Block Program 1. Students must enroll in all three sections: Anthropology 2. #1415, English 1A, #0705, and Biology 40, #1673. Students must also enroll in one section of English 900.
#1677 10:25am-   Noon TuTh    LecLab  C333   RODRIGUEZ K 
    &  3:20pm- 6:40pm W               U412   RODRIGUEZ K 
No. 1677: This section is part of the Scholars Block Program 1. Students must enroll in all four sections: Biology 40, #1677, English 1A, #0706, Anthropology 2, #1411 and a section of English 1A co-requisite, English 900.

   #1835  1:00pm- 4:20pm MW      LecLab  E220   BOROON H    
#0589  1:00pm- 4:20pm TuTh    LecLab  E220   CATANESE E  
No. 0589: This course will require field trips to local areas. Student must provide their own transportation and possible entrance fees.

ENVS 3 CHEMISTRY AND THE ENVIRONMENT 4 Units

Prerequisite(s): Math 125 or Math 127B or Math 128B.
Introduction to basic chemistry for the non-science major, with an emphasis on how chemical principles relate to the everyday environment. Topics include: natural resources, acid rain, air pollution, synthetic fibers, food additives, pesticides, batteries, drugs, nuclear power and alternative energy sources. No credit if taken after Chem 10. Total of 54 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit under review. Grading: Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass
#2430 10:10am-11:45am MW      LecLab  U309   VAN CORVA   
    & 11:45am- 3:05pm W               U310   VAN CORVA   
No. 2340: This course will include a field trip for which students will need to provide their own transportation.
#2429 10:10am-11:45am MW      LecLab  U309   VAN CORVA   
    & 11:45am- 3:05pm M               U310   VAN CORVA   
No. 2429: This section will include a field trip for which students will need to provide their own transportation.


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