Forest Science Seminar
ENR 8890.05 Seminar on special topics in forest science in environment natural resources. Prereq: Grad standing or permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 96 cr hrs or 8 completions. Graduate 1.0 ENR 8890.05 SP22 Syllabus.pdf In Person Columb ...
Rural Sociology Seminar
ENR 8890.07 Seminar on special topics in rural sociology in environment and natural resources. Prereq: Grad standing and permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 96 cr hrs or 8 completions. Graduate 1.0 Environment and Natural Resources ...
Sociology of Agriculture and Food Systems
RURLSOC 5530 Overview of sociological theory and research related to agricultural change and food system development, focusing on individual, family, farm, community and environmental impacts. Au Sem. Prereq: 6 units in RurlSoc, Sociol, or related Social ...
Development Sociology in Theory and Practice
RURLSOC 8500 Overview of sociological principles, theories and research in the evolution of international development and globalization practices, objectives, and policies. Contemporary issues in development and globalization. * Sp Sem (even years). Prere ...
RURLSOC 7560 Sociological approaches to the study of environmental policy. Analysis of major issues relating to the use and abuse of natural resources and pollution. Prereq: Grad standing. Not open to students with credit for 766. Graduate 3.0 RS7560SP19s ...
Community Development in Practice
RURLSOC 4500 The application of an asset-based community development framework to address environmental, economic, and social issues at the community-level in the United States. Sp Sem. Prereq: ENR 3500 or permission of instructor. Not open to students wi ...
Concepts and Theories in Rural Sociology
RURLSOC 7600 Examines the sociological significance of 'rurality' and the conceptual perspectives applied to major substantive areas in rural sociology, such as community, environment, and agriculture. * Au Sem (odd years). Prereq: Grad standing ...
Social Impact Assessment
RURLSOC 5580 This course provides students with a broad understanding of the fundamental history, concepts, methods, and theories of Social Impact Assessment (SIA) as part of environmental policy and regulation in both US and International contexts. Stude ...
ENR 3900 Addresses the use of metrics, data, and indicators to measure sustainability and track progress. The course will survey a broad range of environmental challenges and evaluate the choices confronting public and private groups. Students will use so ...
Environment and Natural Resources Survey
ENR 1100 Survey course for ENR students. Covers academic requirements; university procedures, grading system, resources; student rights and responsibilities; overview of academic areas of study. Also covers career opportunities in Env't and Nat Res. ...