Associate Professor, Biology, Parkland College
Entrepreneurial course taught by Professor Leuszler
BIO104, Environmental Biology
Environmental Biology at Parkland College, BIO 104, is a multi-section course for non-life science major students desiring to complete their life science general education requirement. The current curriculum of this course predominantly focuses on content knowledge and the exploration of global environmental issues. The intent is for students to gain the knowledge necessary to reflect on their own actions as consumers and waste-producers, in turn taking some responsibility for the impacts of their actions locally and globally. This curriculum will go beyond the environmental science content and self-reflection objectives, and can challenge students to become social and environmental entrepreneurs with the scientific, economic, and social skills necessary for risk assessment, environmental decision making, and implementation of sustainable practices in a real-world context. The course focuses on entrepreneurial science, social responsibility and environmental awareness.
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