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The Environmental Science (EVS) courses are required for the Environmental Technology and Sustainability degree program and will introduce students to science underlying biological and physical components of environmental systems, human impacts on biological systems and associated chemical and physical processes and structures in our environment. Students will learn the basic skills and concepts needed for proper laboratory experiments in Environmental Technology and Sustainability and related fields of study. Students will become familiar with basic field procedures, protocols, and methods.
Environmental Technology and Sustainability
The Environmental Technology and Sustainability degree program is an interdisciplinary course of study that provides students with an introduction to environmental components, processes, and issues. The core areas covered by the degree are environmental science, biology, physical and earth sciences, and sustainability. Students pursuing this major have the option of exploring diverse fields in environmental management and restoration, natural resources conservation, and sustainability. Many of the courses emphasize exploration and study of the Lake Tahoe Basin and the surrounding areas, a natural lab of outstanding beauty and richness.
Student Learning Outcomes for this major are:
2015-2016 Course Offerings (GSE/EVS/ETS)
Subject to change
Pathways To Completion