INTS 498: Field-Based Work
INTS 498-S01: The Amazon in the Modern World
Section Information for Summer 2015
This fifteen-day course will explore how the exceptional diversity of the Amazon River Basin effects the way human communities interact with their environment. In this course, beekeeping, ecotourism and community driven development will be covered. Other topics include the effects of globalization on the landscape and peoples of the Amazon.
NCLC 498-S01 meets Off-Campus (in Amazonian Rain Forest).Please contact email@example.com for details.
Course Information from the University Catalog
Experiential-based individualized studies, mentored by instructor. Notes: Topics decided by student and instructor and approved by executive director. Requirements must be detailed in individualized course contract signed by student, instructor, and executive director. May include reading assignments, papers, journals, and portfolios. May be repeated within the term for a maximum 15 credits.
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