|Course Title||ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS|
|Full Title||Environmental Ethics|
|Description||Development of traditional values concerning the natural environment. Reasons for altering values in light of modern changes in relationship of human beings to the environment. Application of ethical principles to actions affecting the environment.|
|Statement||Same course as Sustainability 332.|
This class is fully online. Work is done on your own schedule but is due on a regular basis, with strict deadlines. Planning and time management are necessary for success in this course. The class will not have any face-to-face class meetings. We will conduct the entire session online via the SDSU Blackboard system. We will be using pre-recorded voiceover PowerPoint/Camtasia presentations for lectures, and the class will communicate via discussion board or Blackboard Collaborate/Wimba (a web conferencing tool integrated into Blackboard). Exact dates and instructions for the session will be given to enrolled students.
May be taken as SUSTN 332. May not be taken by students concurrently enrolled in or with prior credit in SUSTN 332.
Distance Education course. All class meetings and activities take place online. Take READINESS SURVEY To see if this course format is right for you.