ENVS 331

Environmental Health -- A Toxicological Perspective

Environmental health is concerned with effects the environment can have on the general health and well-being of humans. Environmental toxicology investigates the impacts pollutants have on the structure and function of ecosystems. Major topics will include toxicological aspects of water and air pollution, biological contaminants, heavy metals, and pesticides and other toxins as they relate to environmental health.

Prerequisite: CHEM 113