Course Description:

HSCI 443 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH This course explores the principles and mechanisms of how the environment affects the health of the individual and the community. Global and regional environmental factors affecting human health will include climate change, pollution of air supplies, pollution of water courses, and the food supply, among others. Study of local environmental factors affecting the population and the individual will include radiation, injuries, disasters, and occupational concerns. Recommended prerequisite: HSCI 373. Three Hours, Spring

Credits:

3.0

Pre-Requisites:

HSCI373LEC

Co-Requisites: