Global Issues in Applied Biology

(SPIRE title: Global Issues/Applied Biology)
NATSCI
494I
Section: 
01
Credits: 
3
Meets: 
F
Spring 2016

This course will consist of three case study modules. Each module is a real-world problem that integrates knowledge from a biological, social, political, and economic perspective. Students are expected to transfer their knowledge from the broader General Education training into specific real-world issues.
This courses satisfies the IE requirement for PLSOILIN majors.

Open to Seniors and Juniors majoring in Biochemistry; Environmental Science; Microbiology; Plant, Soil and Insect Sciences; Sustainable Food and Farming; Sustainable Horticulture; and Turfgrass Science and Mgmt.
Instructor: 
SPIRE Class Number: 
64656

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