ENST 390 - Community-based Study of Environmental Issues
This project-based, interdisciplinary course examines current environmental issues in the context of community-based learning. Topics for investigation are selected by faculty, usually in conjunction with the campus sustainability coordinator, the Upstate Institute, or directly with local and regional agencies or organizations. Students get practical experience working in interdisciplinary teams to examine environmental issues with a goal of developing relevant recommendations.
Prerequisites: At least two courses related to environmental studies
Major/Minor Restrictions: Only Environmental Biology, Environmental Economics, Environmental Geology, Environmental Geography, Environmental Studies Majors
Class Restriction: None
Recommended: ENST 202 and ENST 232 are strongly recommended.
Area of Inquiry: None
Liberal Arts CORE: None
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