Jul 17, 2019  
2012-2013 General Catalog 

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SCI 6000 - Environmental Education - Living & Interaction Where One Lives

1 to 3 credits

A course designed for Master of Education degree students who are teaching at the elementary or secondary level. The course provides a blended lecture and lab format designed to immerse teachers in the complexity and comprehensiveness of environmental studies. Emphasis will be placed on environmental education in the context of place and will include components of literature and history, politics, economics, sociology, biology, range management, ranching, chemistry, geology, and geography. The course will meet for 5-12 hour days and be based out of the Cedar Mountain Science Center.

General Education Course: No

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