BIOL 2015 T60 Class Dates & Times
A study of chemical, physical and biological processes in nature and how human dependence on these systems is compromised by our activities. Lecture and laboratory activities provide instruction in such topics as resource management, nutrient cycles, biomes, ecosystems, air and water quality, climate, human population growth, soil conservation, and waste management. (This course satisfies the three hour natural science requirement for AAS career education programs such as Paralegal, Criminal Justice, Business, and Contemporary Management. Students planning to transfer into a baccalaureate program should consult their advisor when choosing natural science electives). F, Sp
Not part of a TN Transfer Pathway.
Bookstores are located on the Roane County campus and the Oak Ridge campus, and both have an online store.
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Contact this course's academic department. Be sure to mention the course number: BIOL 2015 T60