ENV HLT C185A

Foundations of Environmental Health Sciences

Description: Lecture, six hours. Preparation: one year of undergraduate biology and chemistry. Introduction to field of environmental health sciences designed for students pursuing MS degrees. Examination of series of topics relevant to science of environmental health (e.g., population, agriculture/food, microbiology, energy, climate change, water, waste, air) by introducing scientific basis from ecological perspective and describing how topics relate to health on biochemical and molecular basis. Emphasis on scientific aspects of field, with focus on critique of primary literature and quantitative approaches for examination of topics to provide skills that are critical to perform research. Concurrently scheduled with course C200A. Letter grading.

Units: 6.0
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