Environmental StudiesMS-B1807Hamline University1536 Hewitt AvenueSaint Paul, MN 55104
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Goals: To introduce students to the study of interactions between humans and the environment from an interdisciplinary perspective; to expose students to multiple viewpoints on environmental issues; to acquaint students with internship opportunities in environmental studies.Taught: Spring semester.Credits: 4 credits
Goals: To cultivate the competencies needed to address environmental problems. These competencies include working in groups, discussion and presentation skills, writing skills, understanding multiple viewpoints, and analyzing and presenting conflicting information.Taught: Annually, fall semester.Prerequisites: ESTD 1100, BIOL 1130, and one course in general statisticsCredits: 4 credits
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