Examination of theoretical interpretations of environmental problems, sources, and solutions, focusing on the social conditions under which problems arise. Emphasis on writing and individual research projects. Prerequisites: SOC 001; SOC 090 or SOC 100 or SOC 101; minimum Junior standing.

Subject

SOC

Course Number

203

Credits

3.00

Course Sections

Course Section Title Instructor Term CRN (Reg #)
SOC 203 A Adv Environmental Sociology Thomas Macias Fall 2016 95733
SOC 203 A Adv Environmental Sociology Thomas Macias Fall 2014 93963
SOC 203 A Adv Environmental Sociology Thomas Macias Spring 2012 14305
SOC 203 A Adv Environmental Sociology Jennifer Green Fall 2005 92022
SOC 203 A Adv Environmental Sociology Jennifer Green Spring 2005 11823
SOC 203 A Adv Environmental Sociology Jennifer Green Spring 2004 12161
SOC 203 Z1 Adv Environmental Sociology Jennifer Green Spring 2004 10146
SOC 203 A Adv Environmental Sociology Jennifer Green Fall 2002 91072
SOC 203 Z1 Adv Environmental Sociology Jennifer Green Fall 2002 90008
SOC 203 A Adv Environmental Sociology Jennifer Green Fall 2001 91628