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This course offers a general introduction to environmental health from local to global, addressing fundamental topics and current controversies. The first part of the course covers core topics that prepare students to more fully understand and address environmental health issues: toxicology, exposure assessment, environmental epidemiology, risk assessment/risk management, air pollution, water pollution, and environmental justice. Using the tools from the first part of the course, students then participate in sessions on occupational health, children's health and the environment, injuries, climate change and health, the built environment/urban sprawl, and debates concerning pesticide use.Students can actively engage with the course material through in-class and online, case discussions, debates, and review of environment-related current events. 

Nigeria People and Culture

If environment are unclean and unkempt, there is very likelihood that our health would suffer. Save applies to education, as a poorly kept school environment would yield low productivity. This course dwells on school planting, planning and management, and the learning outcomes as presented.

Mathematical Economics is not a distinct branch of economics in the sense that public finance or international trade is. Rather, it is an approach to economic analysis, in which the economist makes use of mathematical theorems to aid in reasoning. It refers to the application of mathematics to the purely theoretical aspects of economic analysis.

As far as the specific subject matter of analysis goes, it can be micro- or macroeconomic theory, public finance, urban economics, or what not.

Conventionally, mathematical economics is reserved to describe cases employing mathematical techniques beyond simple geometry, such as matrix algebra, differential and integral calculus, differential and difference equations, etc.

LC210 Editorial Writing

TT348 is a second semester course

LC206 Psychology of Reading

LC402 Psychology of Speech

TT 304 Management Communications 

TT210 Translation Techniques

LC308 Mother tongue and English 

LC416 Small Group Communication