410-632-5050

Environmental and Natural Resource Research and Ethics

Prerequisite: Environmental Technologies and Techniques

This course focuses on developing critical thinking, communication skills and knowledge of ethics related to EANR issues. Topics will include both plant and animal biomedical research; genetically engineered cells; the use, distribution and availability of natural resources across populations. Students will engage in topics and communicate the findings and implications of their research to appropriate audiences. Students will explore the interplay of economic, social, political independent research on current environmental and cultural aspects of EANR problems and issues, and propose ethical, data-driven solutions.

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