The course provides an overview of chemical pollutants and their impacts on ecological and human health. The course provides an overview of chemical pollutants and their impacts on ecological and human health. Topics include: chemical pollutant classes, their sources and the chemical properties that impact their fate and transport in the environment. Molecular, cellular and organismal responses following exposure to pollutants, using cases studies. Pollutant impacts on human health will be discussed and cover areas such as cancer, cardiovascular health, fertility and brain development. Prerequisites: Biology 201L, 202L, or 203L and Chemistry 101DL. Recommended prerequisite: Chemistry 201DL.