BSc or BA (120 credit hour) Double Major in Environmental Science and another subject - Environmental Problem Solving II: The Campus as a Living Laboratory ENVS 3502   Environmental Problem Solving II: The Campus as a Living Laboratory
CREDIT HOURS: 3
In this course the campus serves as a living laboratory for identifying, evaluating and assessing indicators of progress toward greater campus sustainability. Working in groups, students apply problem solving models to case studies using qualitative and quantitative research methods and make recommendations for improvements on campus based on their analyses.
PREREQUISITES: ENVS 1100.03 and ENVS 1200.03 (with a grade of B- or higher in each) or SUST 1000.06 or SUST 1001.06(with a grade of B- or higher). Must be a 3rd year student OR have permission of instructor.
CROSS-LISTING: SUST 3502.03
EXCLUSIONS: MGMT 3701.03