ENVS 495 - Environmental Colloquium
This course involves conducting and reporting on an integrative project in weekly meetings involving several faculty members from across academic disciplines. This project can involve research, assessment, or analysis of ongoing programs, policy, or proposals for action. This student-constructed project provides a community based learning opportunity for students.
Prerequisites: ENVS 310 AND (MATH 201 OR BA 253 OR PSYC 241)
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (4-0)
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