HSCI-415 Environmental Management
Fall for 2017-2018
This course is an overview of approaches to environmental management. Issues related to human health – “pollutants”or “toxicants” in air, water, soil, or food will be scrutinized. The impact and relationship of humans, science and the environment will be examined with particular emphasis on the basic tenets of environmental management: water quality, solid and hazardous waste, vector control, food protection and air quality. Workable strategies for dealing with environmental management issues will be examined and discussed.

Credits: 4
Prerequisites: General Chemistry, Statistics or Research in Healthcare, Pathophysiology or Permission of instructor.
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