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02-03 LS&A Bulletin

Program in the Environment


1520 Dana Building
430 East University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109

Professor John Knott, Interim Director

Professor Barry Rabe, Director (from January, 2003)

Phone: (734) 764-6453

Departmental Information

Fax: (734) 936-2195 (fax)
Website: http://environment.snre.umich.edu  
email: Environment.Program@umich.edu Faculty


Undergraduate Concentration Programs

The Environment effective Sept. 3, 2002

Undergraduate Academic Minors Programs

The Environment (effective Sept. 3, 2002)
Environmental Studies (discontinued effective April 17, 2002)

Undergraduate Courses (by division)

367 The Environment
366 Environmental Studies


Advising

Appointments may be scheduled at the Program Office by calling (734) 764-6453.


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Related Links

Environmental Education on the Internet

Environmental Engineering Collection of the Media Union Library

University Library

Science Library

Individual Concentration Program

Geological Sciences

School of Natural Resources and Environment

concentration designed for students who wish to focus their study on the human and societal aspects of natural resource and environmental problems. The course of study emphasizes developing proficiency in the socio-behavioral sciences, including psychology, sociology, anthropology, political science, and economics. In addition, students develop a strong foundation in ecology and biology. Students who complete this concentration will have good academic preparation for careers and graduate study in environmental psychology, public policy, sociology, law, and related areas.

Teaching Certificate in Environmental Studies


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