Upon completion of the course, students will be able to do the following:
1. Distinguish the relationships between energy, space, water and air, and relationships between living systems in maintaining a population.
2. Recount and summarize the cyclic nature of interdependent populations with natural resources.
3. Analyze and describe the balance that exists between living organisms and the environment.
4. Identify the various structures and growth rates of human populations.
5. Propose possible ways to achieve a sustainable population size.
6. Recognize and identify various ways man's actions and decisions have led to the degradation of the environment.
7. Relate how individual decisions and attitudes help to either restore or destroy the environment.
8. Select topics for research, operate a computer, and communicate both verbally and in writing.