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UNIVERSITY HONORS

HNRS-200
Honors Inquiry I (4)

Course Level: Undergraduate

Topics vary by section, may not be repeated for credit. With the guidance of faculty from different disciplines, students examine a pressing issue from multiple disciplinary perspectives, engaging in integrative problem solving. Includes a lab component in which students develop partnerships with institutions and develop advanced research, communication, and innovation skills. May be taken A-F only. Prerequisite: admission to the AU Honors program.

HNRS-200
001H
UNIVERSITY HONORS
FALL 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Honors Inquiry I (4)

Climate Change Science, Politics, and Policy

This course seeks to understand the science and politics of climate change in the United States, in other countries vital to any meaningful international climate change agreement, and at the international level. Accordingly, students first build a solid foundation in the basic scientific evidence behind climate change, before delving into the policy and politics of climate change at the national and international levels. Meets with HNRS-200 002H/003H.

HNRS-200
002H
UNIVERSITY HONORS
FALL 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Honors Inquiry I (4)

Climate Change Science, Politics, and Policy

This course seeks to understand the science and politics of climate change in the United States, in other countries vital to any meaningful international climate change agreement, and at the international level. Accordingly, students first build a solid foundation in the basic scientific evidence behind climate change, before delving into the policy and politics of climate change at the national and international levels. Meets with HNRS-200 001H/003H.

HNRS-200
003H
UNIVERSITY HONORS
FALL 2014

Course Level: Undergraduate

Honors Inquiry I (4)

Climate Change Science, Politics, and Policy

This course seeks to understand the science and politics of climate change in the United States, in other countries vital to any meaningful international climate change agreement, and at the international level. Accordingly, students first build a solid foundation in the basic scientific evidence behind climate change, before delving into the policy and politics of climate change at the national and international levels. Meets with HNRS-200 001H/003H.