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Environmental Science

Environmental Science 10 (5 Credits)

This course is designed to introduce students to the idea of environmental stewardship principles by opening a discussion on sustainability issues including a study of non-renewable energy sources and the sustainable development of our environments. Students will explore the natural areas in and around Lethbridge. Off-site visits to the Lethbridge College and Greenhouses are also possible.

Modules included in this course are:

· ENS1010: Introduction to Stewardship

· ENS1020: Fostering Stewardship

· ENS1040: Living with the Environment

· WLD1010: Introduction to Wildlife

· AGR1150: Greenhouse/Nursery Crops

Modules for extra credit (depending on time and individual student interest):

· FOR1010: Forests and Society

· WLD2040: Wildlife Spaces & Species

 

Environmental Science 20 (5 Credits) – NO PREREQUISTS REQUIRED

The Environmental Science 20 program will expand on the stewardship principles introduced in the previous course but will continue the discussion on sustainability issues including a study of wellness, nature, forestry, and the sustainable development of our environments. Material also discussed will include wildlife issues, plant growth, and food production. This course is designed for students to stretch their understanding of human impact on the environment, and to help them gain confidence in being leaders on environmental issues. Environmental Science 10 is not a prerequisite for this course.

Modules included in this course are:

· ENS2050: Environmental Ethics

· HSS1100: Nature and Wellness

· FOR1020: Forest Ecology in Regions of Canada

· FOR2010: Forestry Protection and Stewardship

· WLD2090: Issues in Wildlife

Modules for extra credit (depending on time and individual student interest)

· AGR1050: Plant Propagation

· AGR1055: Gardening

· AGR2095: Indoor Plants

 

 

 

Environmental Science 30 (5 Credits – minimum 4 at 30-level) – NO PREREQUISITES REQUIRED

The Environmental Science 30 program will expand on the stewardship principles introduced in the previous courses but will continue the discussion on sustainability issues including a study of renewable and non-renewable energy sources and the sustainable development of our environments. Students will have the ability to choose extra credits depending on ion their own personal interests and engage in independent guided study. Environmental Science 20 is not a prerequisite for this course.

Modules included in this course are:

· AGR3100: Biotechnology

· ENS3050: Environmental Politics

· FOR3010: Issues & Trends in Forestry

· WLD3020: Wildlife Protection and Stewardship

· PRS1050: Renewable Resources

 

Modules for extra credit (depending on individual student interest and time)

· ENS3040: Energy & the Environment

· FOR3110: Silviculture

· FOR3080: Forest Research & Development

· WLD3040: Wildlife Management Research Study

· WLD3050: Wildlife Management Principles

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