301. Ecological Issues. (4). (NS).
Lecture/discussion course for undergraduates throughout the
University. No prerequisites. Designed to appeal to students with
varying interests; reviews basic ecological principles and a series
of "case studies" integrating ecological principles
with economic, political, and social factors. Three lectures and one one-hour discussion per week. In the last half of the course, guest lecturers from a variety of disciplines will share their
knowledge and insights on solving complex and diverse ecological
issues. Readings will come primarily from the text and course
pack. Students must integrate (1) lecture material, (2) discussion
material, (3) a term project or paper, and (4) three exams.
Students are encouraged to elect the course for a letter grade. A student who elects the course pass/fail and receives a "D" must assume responsibility for his/her choice. (Low)
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