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Explores the complex relationships of culture, technology, and nature within an interdisciplinary framework of the natural sciences, social sciences, business, and humanities. Addresses the integration of humanity and nature in the age of globalization.
Introduces student to basic environmental justice issues and cases at the national and global level. Teaches basic theories of environmental injustice. Examines root causes and possible solutions to environmental injustice.
Explores in detail several different approaches to understanding the social causes of and solutions to environmental degradation. Discusses the development of a wide variety of theory-based critiques of various social institutions (e.g., economic, political, religious) and how these institutions' values can create and perpetuate unsustainable practices.
Addresses cross-disciplinary issues within environmental studies. Includes topics that will vary from semester to semester. Addresses topics such as sustainability, climate change or political ecology, in an interdisciplinary way. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits toward graduation.