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Undergraduate Catalog 2009-10 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2009-10 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ENVS 3000 - Environment, Technology, and Value


An introduction to the physical and biological bases of the environment and the historical, anthropological relation of Homo Sapiens within those parameters, the impacts of the rise of modern industrial societies and human populations with an examination of the driving values causing and caused by these developments, the environmental movement and the alternative projected futures. At the discretion of a program advisor, ENVS 3000 may be substituted for ENVS 1100 for those students wishing to take an environmental studies major or minor. Students may not enroll in ENVS 3000 after successfully completing ENVS 1100.

Credits: 4 hours



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