Follow

What are the electives for the Environmental & Climate Advocacy, Leadership, & Activism Certificate?

The following UCSB Academic electives are able to community through Open University

 

Anthropology
ANTH 147, Water and Society, Casey Walsh
ANTH 152, Environmental Anthropology, Jeffrey Hoelle
ANTH 197ER, Development and Decay: Urban Infrastructure and the Politics of Inequality, Elana Resnick

 

Black Studies
BLST 154, Environmental Racism and Environmental Justice, Jeffrey Stewart

East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies
EACS 140/ANTH 191, Indigenous Movements in Asia, ann-elise lewallen
EACS 141, Environmental Justice in Asia, ann-elise lewallen

 

English
ENGL 122CC, Cultural Representations: The Rhetoric of Climate Change, Ken Hiltner
ENGL 122EA, Environmental Activism, Ken Hiltner
ENGL 192, Science Fiction, Melody Jue

 

Environmental Studies
ENV S 102, Qualitative Methods for Environmental Studies, Summer Gray ENV S 116, Building Sustainable Communities, David Pellow
ENV S 117, Transition to a Low Carbon Society, Simone Pulver
ENV S 155, The Built World: Infrastructure and Environmental Change, Summer Gray
ENV S 176, Energy, Politics and Policy, Leah Stokes
ENV S 180, Global Environmental Movements, David Pellow
ENV S 181, Power, Justice, and the Environment, David Pellow
ENV S 182, Field Seminar in Personal and Community Resilience, Summer Gray
ENVS 195, Environmental Leadership Incubator, Simone Pulver

Film and Media Studies
FAMST 166EM, Energy, Media and Culture, Mona Damluji
FAMST 183, Film and Media of the Natural and Human Environment, Janet Walker, Staff
FAMST 187ME, Media and Environment, Alenda Chang
FAMST 187CN, Comparative Natures, Alenda Chang

 

Global Studies
GLOBL 173, Energy in Global Societies, Javiera Barandiaran
GLOBL 174, Global Perspectives on Environment and Society, Jia-Ching Chen

 

Interdisciplinary Studies
INT 133B, What’s Wrong with the World? What Can We Do about It?, John Foran and Ken Hiltner

 

Political Science
POLS 176, Energy, Politics and Policy, Leah Stokes
POLS 177, Comparative Environmental Politics, Matto Mildenberger

 

Sociology
SOC 130SD, The World in 2050: Sustainable Development and
Its Alternatives, John Foran
SOC 130EV: Eco Vista – Creating Systemic Alternatives, John Foran
SOC 134A, Activism, John Foran
SOC 134EC, Earth in Crisis, John Foran
SOC 134CJ, Climate Justice, John Foran

 

Writing
WRIT 107EP, Writing for Environmental Professions, Auli Eck, Staff
WRIT 109ES, Writing for Environmental Studies

Print Friendly and PDF
Was this article helpful?
0 out of 0 found this helpful
Have more questions? Submit a request
Powered by Zendesk