The AP Environmental Science course prepares students to understand the relationship between the world and humans, by educating them with environmental science principles, methodologies, and concepts. Students will be able to analyze natural and manmade environmental problems, identify their risks, and find ways to resolve and prevent them.
As an added bonus after the AP test in May 2018, the instructor, Mahama, will take his AP environmental science students on a field trip to the largest wastewater treatment plant in California to see firsthand how water is treated.
Time: 9/10/2017 to 12/10/2017; 1/7/2018 to 5/6/2018. Saturdays, 4:00 to 6:00pm;
Tuition: $1380/20 lessons, or $70 each 2 hour lesson.
Instructor Mahama Nyankamawu graduated from Georgia Tech with a MS in environmental engineering and MPA from Columbia University in Environmental and Energy Finance. He has 15 years teaching experience in Science, Math, and Finance. Mahama is a practicing professional who enhances students’ understanding by linking theoretical concepts with their real world applications.
He co-authored the book entitled ‘Career 3.0: Career Planning Advice to Find your Dream Job in Today’s Digital World’ published in 2016.