Human Dimensions of the Environment

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Human Dimensions of the Environment emphasizes the social scientific interpretations of human-environment interactions at multiple levels as well as on applied policy and management implications. This concentration requires advanced coursework in natural resource economics, environmental psychology, communications, social impact assessment, environmental policy, and environmental law. Students who have completed degrees in this concentration have gone on to careers in environmental policy, law, advocacy, and education.

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