Provides a continuation of general principles and theory relating to environmental science and management. Focal areas for the course include: mining, energy production, mitigation of environmental problems, and topical matters relating to tribal communities. Students taking this course will build upon prior learning to develop an intermediate understanding of the main issues faced by technicians and managers of environmental science departments. Lab continues coverage of general principles and theory relating to environmental science with a focus on environmental testing. Focal areas for the course include: weather and climate, food production, ethics, and risk assessment. Students taking this course will come away with a basic understanding of the skills required of technicians and environmental science practitioners. Prerequisite: ENVS 1110C. Lab fee: $125.00.