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ENVSĀ 400 Senior Seminar

Faculty: Environmental Studies Faculty
Content: An advanced, integrative keystone seminar involving primary research for all senior environmental studies majors, and taken twice for a total of four credits. Research capstones (theses or alternative outcomes) are based on each student's concentration within the major and include both oral and written components. Students start planning their capstones during their first enrollment in the course, and complete them in their second enrollment. Students should have completed all other environmental studies core courses prior to taking this course.
Prerequisites: ENVS 330.
Restrictions: Senior standing required.
Usually offered: Annually, fall and spring semester.
Semester credits: 2.

Environmental Studies

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...junior year; must take ENVS 160 and ENVS 220 first) ENVS 400 Senior Seminar (typically...