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GEOGRPHY 3330 Environmental Conservation 3 Credits
The relationship of humans and the natural environment. Topics include environmental world views, the effects of eco system disruption, and use and misuse of natural resources.
GE: Social Sciences
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: junior standing or consent of instructor
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring
This upper level course would be found in the geography section of the course description area. It has a prerequisite of junior or senior standing, and carries social science general education credit.
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|0000-0990||No credit toward degree (does not count toward 120 credit minimum)|
|1000-2990||Lower level undergraduate course|
|3000-4990||Upper level undergraduate course|
|5000 or higher||Graduate level course|
|W-located at end of number||Writing Emphasis course (used in some majors)|
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General Education (Liberal Studies Areas)Requirements
Lists which general education requirements this course meets
- HUMAN: Carries general education humanities credit
- FINE ARTS: Carries general education fine arts credit
- HISTORY: Carries general education historical perspective credit
- SOCIAL SCIENCE: Carries general education social sciences credit
- NATURAL SCIENCE: Carries general education natural sciences credit
- INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION: Carries general education international education credit
- ETHNIC STUDIES, GENDER STUDIES: Carries general education ethnic and gender studies credit
- ETHNIC: Carries general education ethnic studies credit
- GENDER: Carries general education gender studies credit
- WRITING EMPHASIS AREA: W Carries writing emphasis credit (used in some majors)
- ENTRY: Carries entry credit
- HHP-ACTIVITY: Carries health and human performance activity credit
- HHP-WELLNESS: Carries health and human performance wellness credit