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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2017-18


ENVS 83 Environmental Social Science Research Methods

This course is designed to train students to conduct research in the area of human-environment interactions. Such interactions include humans extracting important renewable and non-renewable natural resources such as fish and forests, as well as producing wastes, such as greenhouse gases, as the result of modern economic activities. Students will learn data collection and analysis techniques and explore primary literature that uses these techniques in order to understand how they are implemented. Building on this process, a primary goal of the course is to have each student fully develop their own research proposal. This course is recommended for students planning to conduct graduate-level research or senior theses related to human-environment interactions.

Instructor

Cox

Prerequisite

ENVS 2 or ENVS 3 and MATH 10 or equivalent, or permission of instructor

Distributive and/or World Culture

SOC

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Offered

Not offered 17F through 19S