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Travel study courses examining environmental issues from a local ecological, political, and socioeconomic perspective using experiential learning methods in diverse sites. Prerequisites: ENVS 001 or ENVS 002, or NR 001 or NR 002.
David Kestenbaum ()
Winter Session travel course; Dates: Dec 26, 2012- Jan 6, 2013; Destination: Costa Rica; Program fee: $1674 3 TBD pre-trip meetings and 1 post-trip meeting, Contact department for times & locations; Cross listed with PRT 188 WW1 and NR 185 WW1 Open to both CE and Degree students;
|ENVS 150 TR1||Environmental Studies: Commty, Consrv&Dev in CR (travel)||to||N/A||See Notes||3||12840|
|ENVS 150 WW3||Environmental Studies: Politics of Land Use: Ecuador (travel)||to||N/A||See Notes||3||14778|
|NR 185 TR1||Natural Resources: SL:CommConsrv&Dev in CostaRica (travel)||to||N/A||See Notes||3||12675|
|NR 185 WW3||Natural Resources: Soc Engaged Ecol Des - Bahamas (travel)||to||N/A||See Notes||3||14761|
|PRT 188 TR1||Parks, Recreation and Tourism: SL: Commty, Conser&Dev in CR (travel)||to||N/A||See Notes||3||12678|
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