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This course course explores broad environmental and social issues in sustainable communities. Potential topics include urban water management, food and resources, wildlife conservation, native landscaping, waste management, green building, housing diversity, public transportation and community participation. The course serves as a laboratory for working with governmental and non-governmental organizations in the DFW area and developing issue-based, action research projects to solve real-world problems in our communities. This hands-on course combines lecture, student-led discussion, site visits and collaborative team work for service learning projects.

Kinesiology - Undergraduate Programs

...core, each undergraduate degree plan provides a comprehensive...PUBLIC HEALTH SYSTEMS HEED 4320 STUDIES IN HEALTHY...

Sociology - Undergraduate Programs

...more effective and humane planning and social intervention...TECHNOLOGY IN SOCIETY SOCI 4320 MEDICAL SOCIOLOGY The...