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EVPP 305: Environmental Microbiology Essentials

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Provides understanding of microbes and their function as a vital part of an environmental education. The role of microbes is central to many environmental issues such as climate change, biodegradation of toxics, wastewater treatment and drinking water contamination. Course provides an introduction to the breadth of microbiology including essential information for students studying environmental problems and their solution. Notes: Laboratory section (EVPP 306) is a corequisite unless previously completed.

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Provides understanding of microbes and their function as a vital part of an environmental education. The role of microbes is central to many environmental issues such as climate change, biodegradation of toxics, wastewater treatment and drinking water contamination. Course provides an introduction to the breadth of microbiology including essential information for students studying environmental problems and their solution.

When Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Corequisite(s): EVPP 306.

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

Hours of Lab or Studio per week: 3

Laboratory section (EVPP 306 proposed) is a corequisite unless previously completed.

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

EVPP 210 or both EVPP 110 and EVPP 111; 30 credit hours, or permission of instructor.

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