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Course SOC 485. CONSENSUS AND NATURAL RESOURCES (3). Is Baccalaureate Core Course

Students will use a working group approach. They will select a natural resource topic, study the team process and interaction as a method of learning, explore the issue using systems practice, and strive for consensus on solutions to their issue. CROSSLISTED as ANS 485/ANS 585, FES 485/FES 585, FW 485/FW 585. (Bacc Core Course)

Baccalaureate Core Course Attributes:
Core, Synth, Sci/Tech/Soc

For more information, contact: McKENZIE HUBER, 306 FAIR, 541-737-5733, mckenzie.huber@oregonstate.edu

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TermCRNSecCrP/NInstructorDay/Time/DateLocationCampus FYE TypeStatusCapCurrAvailWL CapWL CurrWL AvailSection TitleFeesRestrictionsComments
Su15726964003 Sharp, S. TBA TBA Ecampus-Distance Education-UD WWWOpen 22 0 22 0 0 0 Jul 20-Aug 14
Session 4
Online section.
F15198454003 Shindler, B. TBA TBA Ecampus-Distance Education-UD WWWOpen 10 0 10 0 0 0 Online section.
Examine natural resource issues that consider ecological
and social perspectives. Focus is on reaching consensus
among stakeholders with competing objectives. See syllabus
for details

DISCLAIMER: Future term data are continually updated. Check the web frequently for current information.

 
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