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General Elective

Course Description
This seminar is an interdisciplinary approach to studying sustainability led by faculty from diverse disciplines. The course will examine and explore the three core dimensions of sustainability (environment, economy, and society) with respect to one or more major sustainability-related issues. Students will complete assigned readings and participate in weekly seminars. Throughout the quarter, students may be required to participate in various sustainability-related activities: watching films and online lectures, listening to speakers, attending field trips, and other events. The course will be presented with a different focus each time and may be taken twice.

Course Details

Contact Hours

Credits: 2.0

Lecture: 20
Total: 20

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