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BI/ESĀ 228: Environmental Health

Human health is affected by the biological environment, a teeming world of parasites and diseases, and the physical environment -- the water, air, and landscapes that we inhabit. Human interactions with the environment have changed rapidly, as human populations grow, travel increases, and ecosystems are altered. This course touches upon traditional environmental topics such as air and water quality, and integrates newer public health challenges such as emerging diseases and food-borne illnesses. Counts toward management studies concentration.
Prerequisite: an introductory science course.

Environmental Studies

...the chair) BI/ES 226 Conservation Biology BI/ES 228 Environmental Health BI/ES 286...

Management Studies

...U.S.: Language, Identity, and Beyond BI/ES 228 Environmental Health CHEM 382 Instrumental Analysis...