[F Area] Human and Natural Sciences (NTNU)
This course is part of international course conducted by NTNU and Kansai University, Japan. Students will collaborate with Japanese students throughout the semester to conduct three topic activities, group discussion, final presentations.
Outline of Course
Environmental Science is a new field of scientific study for the 21st century. It is the combination of traditional natural sciences such as, geology, climatology, astronomy, atmospheric sciences, oceanography, biology, ecology, and engineering. Recent advances and evolutions in science and technology has expanded our knowledge of the earth and the universe. Compared to other natural sciences, environmental science requires lateral linkage among human rights, social equality, economy, technology development and politic decision making. This course emphasize on introducing the basic knowledge regarding to four major topics of: energy, water, food, and biodiversity. Students need to discuss and formulate possible working solutions for these four major topics satisfying issues such as: human rights, social equality, economy, technology development and politic decision making.
Course Code: 3NG317701
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#GE Type: F
#NTNU General Education Course