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Environmental Science

Environmental Science

Course Number(s): S403111
Length: 1 Semester (2 Credits)
Prerequisits: Physical Science or Accelerated Biology
Grade: 10-12

Environmental Science is the class for students interested in the interactions between people, economies, societies and the environment. Issues of pollution, population growth, urban sprawl and habitat destruction are investigated. Global and local environmental problems are discussed, researched, and approached from the laboratory perspective. Service learning projects to help solve local environmental issues are developed and implemented. Any student with an interest in environmental issues will find this a provocative and stimulating classroom. Classroom discussions are thought-provoking and inspirational.