3 credits—This natural science course addresses the manner in which we approach our environment today and how it will affect the world we live in tomorrow. This course examines the challenges of: developing sustainable energy sources, maintaining the quality of our air, water, and soil, and preserving the remaining biodiversity and habitat. As these challenges are examined, possible solutions will be evaluated.
It is suggested to take BIO105 to better prepare for this course.
Lecture Hours: 48
2015–2016 Course Cost: $478.50 *
2016–2017 Course Cost: $505.50 *
Course Cost Calculation: Resident tuition and fees x course credits + course fee if applicable.
The course cost calculation does not include:
The cost of books. Visit the Hawkeye Bookstore to determine the cost of books.
Tools and supplies. Some programs may have additional cost of tools and supplies. Check with a program advisor for more information.
Non-resident tuition and fees or international student costs.
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