ENVS 4477: Environmental Toxicology: Introduction and Applications

Overview

Course: ENVS 4477
Title: Environmental Toxicology: Introduction and Applications
Department: ENVS - Environmental Sciences
Credits: 3
Description: Prereq.: 6 hrs. of chemistry, 6 hrs. of life sciences, and permission of instructor. Introduction to the basic principles of environmental toxicology; applications of these principles in industrial and other job related environments; regulatory perspectives; spills; anthropogenic pollution problems; human risk management; overview of classes of toxic agents, routes of exposure, target tissues (human mammalian), and toxicological testing.
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Semester Average W-Rate A B C D F Enrolled Avail Sections
Fall 2016 (shown) 11 19 1
Fall 2015 16 14 1
Fall 2014 30 1
Fall 2013 17 13 1
Fall 2012 24 6 1
Fall 2011 19 11 1
Fall 2010 30 1
Fall 2009 26 4 1
Fall 2008 13 17 1
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Section Course Days Start End Enrolled Avail Type Average W-Rate Distro Instructor Room/Building
1 ENVS 4477-1 TTh 4:30p 5:50p 11 19 WILSON V 0237 COATES

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