Spring/Summer Course Guide

Courses in Environmental Studies (Division 366)

Environmental Studies 420 and 421 offer opportunities for independent study. In these courses the student is responsible for defining a plan of study, enlisting others with similar interests if appropriate, and locating a faculty member willing to supervise the work.

Courses on environmental issues are offered by many different departments and programs in LS&A as well as in other colleges of the university. Students interested in the environment should explore each issue of the Time Schedule thoroughly, because many appropriate courses are offered at irregular intervals under unpredictable headings.

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Summer Half-Term, 1998 (June 29-August 18, 1998)

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420. Practicum in Environmental Problems. Environ. Studies 240 and cognates pertinent to the study. Permission must be granted by Director prior to enrollment. (1-4). (Excl). (INDEPENDENT). May not be repeated for credit.
Directed research on critical environmental problems.
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Spring/Summer Term, 1998 (May 5-August 18, 1998)

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420. Practicum in Environmental Problems. Environ. Studies 240 and cognates pertinent to the study. Permission must be granted by Director prior to enrollment. (1-4). (Excl). (INDEPENDENT). May not be repeated for credit.
Independent study of critical environmental problems. The student is responsible for defining a plan of study, enlisting others with similar interests if appropriate, and locating a faculty member to supervise the work.
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