ENVSTY 270GL - Writing and the Environment
3 Credit(s) | Seminar | Graded or pass/fail
Course can be counted for credit once
This interdisciplinary course will connect humanistic and scientific approaches to examining the way we live with the natural world. It investigates ecological perspectives on the relationship between human beings and nature that reflect both traditional cultures and Western industrial modernity. Students will be invited to understand the value of site-based work, to consider the campus’s connections to its surroundings, and to grasp the patterns of culture characteristic of coastal zones and port cities. The course will demonstrate that both humanistic and scientific approaches are necessary to solve real-world problems.
Prerequisites: ENGL 102 and a minimum of 30 credits
Degree students only
Students may not take more than one 200G (Intermediate Seminar) course