E R M 300
Basic Principles and Calculations in Environmental Analysis (3) This course will teach basic problem solving skills while using examples taken from environmental media--air, water, and soil.
E R M 300 Basic Principles and Calculations in Environmental Analysis (3)
Students will be provided a contextual link between chemical, biological and physical principles learned in their basic science courses and the advanced environmental concepts presented in later required Environmental Resource Management (E R M) courses. This course will demonstrate the dependence of environmental science on biology, chemistry and physics. Students will integrate the knowledge from each of these disciplines into an interdisciplinary framework. This course will teach Environmental Resource Management students basic problem solving skills while using examples taken from environmental media - air, water, and soil. Students will have many opportunities to examine, manipulate, and solve quantitative problems related to the environment. This is a required course for Environmental Resource Management majors.
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.