Ethics and the Environment

COR 230
Description: The decisions that humans make about the environment today will decide the fate of future generations. Understanding the relationship between humans and the environment, along with the ethical frameworks used to interact with and make decisions about the environment, is of paramount importance. This course will investigate the origins and evolution of environmental ethics, as well as the contributions of scientific research and aesthetic expression, to trace human perceptions of the environment throughout history and address today's environmental issues. For detailed descriptions of the individual sections of this course, cut and paste the following link into your browser: http://bit.ly/1BNj2xj

Prerequisite: Complete COR-120 and COR-125 or COR-130 and ENG-112
Credits: 3

Currently Offered

Course # Days Time Dates Instructor Seats  
Fall
COR 230-02 MTH 9:30-10:45AM 08/31/15 - 12/18/15 Wolf -1 Register
COR 230-03 MTH 11-12:15PM 08/31/15 - 12/18/15 Wolf 0 Register
COR 230-04 TF 9:30-10:45AM 08/31/15 - 12/18/15 Kite 0 Register
COR 230-05 WF 12:30-1:45PM 08/31/15 - 12/18/15 Cafferty 7 Register
COR 230-06 WF 12:30-1:45PM 08/31/15 - 12/18/15 Lieberman 6 Register
COR 230-07 WF 3:30-4:45PM 08/31/15 - 12/18/15 Lieberman 9 Register
COR 230-08 TTH 3:30-4:45PM 08/31/15 - 12/18/15 Gohm Webster 0 Register
COR 230-51 TTH 5-6:15PM 08/31/15 - 12/18/15 Gohm Webster 1 Register