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Environmental Studies Program (ENST)
- D class assignments for undergraduates available in SOSB15; phone (213) 740-7770.
Evaluates the causes, effects, and responses to international environmental disasters. Emphasis is on contemporary case studies in a theoretical context.
- Crosslist: This course is offered by the GEOG department but may qualify for major credit in ENST. To register, enroll in GEOG 360.
|Rod Mc Kenzie|
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Intensive experience in governmental and political offices. Minimum time requirement; evaluation by office and intern report required.
- Crosslist: This course is offered by the POSC department but may qualify for major credit in ENST. To register, enroll in POSC 395.
|51930D||051||Lecture||TBA||TBA||10 of 25||Arthur Auerbach||VKC263|
|51935D||059||Lecture||TBA||TBA||8 of 25||Arthur Auerbach||VKC263|
Should environmental issues be treated as threats to security? Survey of recent literature explores global environmental politics using a security framework.
- Prerequisite: IR 210
- Crosslist: This course is offered by the IR department but may qualify for major credit in ENST. To register, enroll in IR 422.
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Field studies in ecosystem management tools used to investigate complex environmental problems in Micronesia. Historical, cultural, and scientific topics, direct observations of biological, physical, and chemical conditions. Corequisite: ENST 298aL
- Corequisite: ENST 298a
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Field studies in the roles of environmental problems in the collapse of ancient civilizations and analogous problems facing contemporary populations in those same places. Recommended preparation: ENST 100.
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|Lisa Collins||OFF CAMPUS|