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2022-23 Undergraduate Catalog 
2022-23 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

BY 3314 - Nature through the Human Lens

This course is designed to show how the natural world, through diverse, blends, continues and on occasion thrives through dynamic change. Utilizing the human lens, lectures provide a foundation concerning living and non-living materials and how these materials unite and change due to natural and human influences. Place-based field experiences enable the student to discover the living and non-living factors, their destruction, and recovery. Areas covered include but are not limited to rocks and minerals, geological processes, adaptation, plants, animals, and other natural resources.


Lecture, 3 hours; Lab, 2 hours. This course meets standards for middle school science and biology teaching majors. Does not count toward a biology major.