HIST 181 - US/SW Environmental History
This course develops foundational knowledge and skills in environmental history of U.S. from failure of Jamestown, VA settlement (1607) through Manifest Destiny, westward expansion, and end of the frontier in 1890. Students learn about conservation and environmental movements and public land legislation, up to modern American issues of sustainability. Case studies will focus on environmental history on the Colorado Plateau.
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (3-0)
Term Offered: Every Spring, Check with Department Chair
It is recommended that students complete COMP 150 prior to taking a History (HI) Liberal Arts Core course.
This course was approved for gtPathways as of publication date. Changes can be made to approved gtPathways courses at any time; they are not catalog specific. The most accurate listing of courses approved for gtPathways can be found by searching by attribute on the schedule on WebOPUS.
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