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ENST 201 - Class Without Walls in Nature

Semester Offered: Fall
1 unit(s)
Considering the profound changes facing our globe, studying the environment is not only crucial but also extremely daunting. While it is more critical than ever that we understand environmental risks, studying issues that are seemingly out of our control is not sufficient for effectively confronting the global crises we face. This class aims to enhance experiential learning through the review of literature, evaluation of policy issues, and the interpretive assessment of complex social, political and economic conditions. This intensive learning/teaching experience integrates elements of agency and activism to academic reflection and critical analysis. We explore topics in Environmental Studies chosen to reflect the array of community organizations where students enrolled in the course are doing community-engaged learning placements. Pinar Batur.

Prerequisite(s): SOCI 151  or ENST 125  or ENST 124 .

One 2-hour period and individual conferences with the instructor.

Course Format: INT



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