Environment and Natural Resources Seminar
ENR 8980 Required seminar for all MS and PhD graduate students in environment and natural resources. Au, Sp Sems. Prereq: Grad standing. Repeatable to a maximum of 20 cr hrs. This course is graded S/U. The Spring 2023 Seminar Series schedule is available ...
ENR 8998 Research for thesis or dissertation purposes only. Prereq: Grad standing. Repeatable. This course is graded S/U. Graduate 1.0 In Person Distance Learning Columbus Environment and Natural Resources ...
Introduction to Rural Sociology
RURLSOC 1500 Principles of society, major social institutions, and social change; emphasizes social changes in rural life, rural organizations, population, and family living. Au, Sp Sems. Prereq: Not open to students with credit for 105, Sociol 1101 (101) ...
RURLSOC 6500 Evaluation of the factors which create and maintain poverty and inequality, with focus on the rural U.S., developing nations, and the comparative analysis of spatial inequalities. * Sp Sem (odd years). Prereq: 15 cr hrs in RurlSoc or related ...
Rural Community Development in Theory and Practice
RURLSOC 7550 Theoretical foundations of rural community development; contemporary community development issues; change processes, strategies, and practices. * Sp Sem. (odd years). Prereq: Grad standing. Not open to students with credit for 888. Graduate 3 ...
Research in Environment and Natural Resources
ENR 6000 The use of science and research to address natural resource problems; development of a thesis proposal. Au Sem. Prereq: Grad standing. Not open to students with credit for 800. This course is graded S/U. Graduate 2.0 ENR 6000 AU21 Syllabus.pdf Br ...
Climate and Society
ENR 7380 Examines links between climatic changes and human societies and examines social influences on our current state of knowledge, impacts, and potential responses. Au Sem. Prereq: Grad standing, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with ...
Environmental Science and Law
ENR 7520 Introduction to the common and statutory law and administration of environmental protection, with special emphasis on scientific and technological aspects. 2 1.5-hr cl. Prereq: ENR 4000 (400), or grad standing, or permission of instructor. Not op ...
Social Groups in Developing Societies
RURLSOC 3580 Contemporary experiences and activism of rural social groups in the context of development and globalization in the Global North and South. Going beyond state boundaries, the course studies the emergence of new development actors, transnation ...
Diffusion of Innovations
RURLSOC 5500 Examine the sociological processes involved in disseminating new ideas and technologies in U.S. and developing nations. Assess the consequences of new technologies for communities, households, and individuals particularly in rural contexts. A ...