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Environmental Planning and Development (EPD)

Environmental Planning and Development (EPD)

201 Introduction to Environmental Planning and Development I
An introduction to environmental planning and development, with a particular focus on social and political issues pertaining to sustainable development.
Three hours, three credits.

202 Introduction to Environmental Planning and Development II
A continuation of an introduction to Environmental Planning and Development, with a particular focus on economic and environmental issues pertaining to sustainable development. Topics will be covered both in lecture and in a participatory three-hour lab.
Six hours, four credits.

392/SOC 392 Eco-Social Justice: Issues and Applications
In this course students will examine social inequalities related to environmental issues and explore social movements and paths for individual and community action to address them.
Prerequisites: Sophomore standing.
Three hours, three credits.

410 Advanced Environmental Planning and Development
This course integrates the specific skills and knowledge learned in the Environmental Studies program with an emphasis on applying, synthesizing and evaluating economic, environmental, political and social aspects of the field.
Three hours, three credits.