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Biological Sciences

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...MATH 410 Scientific Data Analysis I 3.0 ENVS 212 Evolution 4.0 BIO/ENVS...

Environmental Science

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...410 Scientific Data Analysis I 3.0 PHYS 154 Introductory Physics III 4.0 ENVS...

Teacher Education: Earth and Space Science

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...ENVS 287 Community Ecology Laboratory 2.0 ENVS...Media 3.0 EDUC 410 [ WI ] Student Teaching...

Geoscience

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...Exploratory Research 3.0 ENVS 101 Introduction to...5 Term 8 MATH 410 Scientific Data Analysis...

Computer Science

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...PHYS 131 & PHYS 181 ), ENVS, ENSS, PHEV Writing...0 Term 8 MATH 410 or 311 Scientific...

Teacher Education: General Science

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...Language Learners 3.0 ENVS 284 Physiological and...Media 3.0 EDUC 410 [ WI ] Student Teaching...

Teacher Education: Biology

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...Curriculum & Instruction 3.0 ENVS 230 General Ecology...Media 3.0 EDUC 410 [ WI ] Student Teaching...

Software Engineering

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...131 and PHYS 181 ), ENVS, ENSS, PHEV. Business...Technology 3.0 SE 410 Software Evolution 3...

Elementary Education: Middle Level Math and English

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...Teaching Methods 3.0 ENVS 260 Environmental Science...Seminar 1.0 EDUC 410 [ WI ] Student Teaching...

Elementary Education: Middle Level Science and Math

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...Teaching Methods 3.0 ENVS 260 Environmental Science...Seminar 1.0 EDUC 410 [ WI ] Student Teaching...

Elementary Education: Middle Level Science and English

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...Teaching Methods 3.0 ENVS 260 Environmental Science...Seminar 1.0 EDUC 410 [ WI ] Student Teaching...

Elementary Education: PK-4

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...0 Term 13 EDUC 410 [ WI ] Student Teaching...12.0 Term 14 ENVS 260 Environmental Science...

Teacher Education: Chemistry

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...Media 3.0 EDUC 410 [ WI ] Student Teaching...Pedagogy Seminar 1.0 ENVS 401 Chemistry of...

Teacher Education: English

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...Media 3.0 EDUC 410 [ WI ] Student Teaching...Literature II 3.0 ENVS 260 Environmental Science...

Teacher Education: Mathematics

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...Media 3.0 EDUC 410 [ WI ] Student Teaching...Pedagogy Seminar 1.0 ENVS 260 Environmental Science...

Teacher Education: Physics

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...Media 3.0 EDUC 410 [ WI ] Student Teaching...Pedagogy Seminar 1.0 ENVS 260 Environmental Science...

ENVE 410 Solid and Hazardous Waste 3.0 Credits

Provides an overview of municipal and industrial waste management, including design and economic analysis. Discusses options such as landfilling and incineration from engineering, social, and regulatory perspectives. Reviews physical, chemical, and biological treatment of hazardous waste.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman

ENVS 410 Physiological Ecology 3.0 Credits

Examines mechanisms by which physiological factors affect and limit the distribution and abundance of animals, including physiological and behavioral thermoregulation, heat and cold tolerance, acclimation, metabolism, osmoregulation and dehydration tolerance, feeding strategies, digestion and feeding patterns, energy and water budges, toxins and optimality theory.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: ENVS 230 [Min Grade: D] or BIO 126 [Min Grade: D] or BIO 141 [Min Grade: D]

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