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ENV-300҂: 

Environmental and Human Health Risk Assessment 

4 credits 

This course introduces students to the concepts, data sources, and methodologies used in the field of human risk assessment, including environmental hazard identification, dose-response assessment, exposure assessment, risk characterization, and risk communication. Prerequisites: CHM-235 and CHM-235L or CHM-231 and CHM-231L. 

ENV-301: 

Environmental Law 

4 credits 

This course will introduce students to the fundamentals of environmental protection laws in the United States, including environmental law in the areas of case law, common law and administrative law. Topics include air and water quality, toxic and hazardous substances, endangered species and wetlands, and coastal management issues. 

ENV-303: 

Environmental Geology 

4 credits 

A study of the interaction between people and the geologic environment. Emphasis will be placed on catastrophic geologic processes, earth resources, pollution, and regional planning. Principles of Geographic Information System (GIS) will also be included. 

ENV-305: 

Environmental Management and Sustainability 

4 credits 

This course will introduce students to environmental management practices and sustainability practices. Prerequisite: CHM-235, CHM-235L or CHM-231, CHM-231L. 

ENV-402҂: 

Chemical Investigation and Remediation Strategies 

3 credits 

This course introduces students to various strategies that exist for remediating contaminated environmental samples, including air, water, and land. The following will also be discussed — methods of site analysis, toxicology of chemical contamination, use of chemical fingerprinting, determination of exposure methods and exposure routes, analysis of epidemiological data, general methods for remediation of toxic and hazardous wastes, and use of both technical and moral considerations in decision making. Prerequisites: CHM-315, CHM-315L, BIO-181, BIO-181L and one of the following combinations: 1) CHM-231, CHM-231L, or 2) CHM-235, CHM-235L. Co-requisite: ENV-402L. 

ENV-402L҂: 

Chemical Investigation and Remediation Strategies Lab 

1 credits 

This course introduces students to various strategies that exist for remediating contaminated environmental samples, including air, water, and land. The following will also be discussed — methods of site analysis, toxicology of chemical contamination, use of chemical fingerprinting, determination of exposure methods and exposure routes, analysis of epidemiological data, general methods for remediation of toxic and hazardous wastes, and use of both technical and moral considerations in decision making. Prerequisites: CHM-315, CHM-315L and BIO-181, BIO-181L and one of the following combinations: 1) CHM-231, CHM-231L, or 2) CHM-235, CHM-235L. Co-requisite: ENV-402. 

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