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    Delaware Valley University
   
 
  Oct 23, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog
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BY 1216 - Natural Science II


Natural Science I introduces some of the basic physical and chemical principles that affect our world and then concentrates on the biological principles that pertain to living things in general and human beings in particular. The concepts build from the cellular level to the systems level and then to the organism as a whole. Natural Science II is a continuation of Natural Science I and begins with a study of basic ecological concepts. It builds to an examination of the roles humans have played in creating some of the problems we face today as well as the roles we may play to help alleviate them. Topics include population growth, energy sources, and air, water, solid waste, and toxic waste pollution. BY 1115 - Natural Science I  (or permission of the Department Chairperson) is a prerequisite for Natural Science II. Not available to biology majors and does not substitute for an introductory biology course.

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3 hours Lecture each
3 credits



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