Students completing this focal study will investigate the relationship between people and their natural environment, including its literary significance, application in photography, sociological and ethnographic implications and religion with regard to the sanctity of self and landscape.
Complete at least three courses and a minimum of 10 credits. No more than two of these courses may have the same disciplinary prefix.
|First Cluster (complete 3 courses)|
|ANTH 140/REL 140||Introduction to Comparative Religion||4 credits|
|ARTST 228||Photography 1||2 credits|
|ARTST 227/327||Photography Field Class||2-4 credits|
|ENV 222||Environmental Literature||4 credits|
|ENV 142||Permaculture: Design Science||4 credits|
|ENV 210||Tropical Environmental Biology||4 credits|
|PHIL/ENV 321||Environmental Ethics||4 credits|
|SOC 321||Sociology of the City||4 credits|
|SOC 342||Consumer Society||4 credits|