Social Science Courses (3 credit hours)

All students must take three credit hours from the following list:

  • AEB 5167 Economic Analysis in Small Farm Livelihood Systems
  • AEB 6453 Natural Resource Economics
  • AEB 6483 Seminar in Natural Resource and Environmental Economics
  • AEB 6645 Economic Development and Agriculture
  • AEB 6933 Ecological Economics
  • AEB 6933 L.A. Economic & Agricultural Development
  • AEE 5073 Ag Resources, People, Environment
  • AEE 6300 Affecting Change: Theory and Practice
  • AEE 6316 International Extension
  • AFS 6905 Migration and Development
  • ANG 5266 Economic Anthropology
  • ANG 5303 Women and Development
  • ANG 5354 Anthropology of Modern Africa
  • ANG 5701 Applied Anthropology
  • ANG 5702 Anthropology and Development
  • ANG 6186 Origins and Development of Agriculture in the Americas
  • ANG 6261 Anthro GIS and Human Environment
  • ANG 6303 Gender and International Development
  • ANG 6930 Ethnobotany
  • ANG 6930 Historical Ecology
  • ANT 5256 Rural Peoples in the Modern World
  • CPO 6036 Politics of Developing Societies
  • CPO 6077 Comparative Social Movements
  • ENV 6932 Global Environment and Policies
  • FOR 5615 Forest Conservation and Management Issues and Policy
  • FOR 6934 Conservation Behavior
  • FOR 6934 Education for Sustainability
  • FYC 6230 Theory in Community Development
  • GEA 6419 Geography of South America
  • GEA 6466 Seminar on Geography of Amazonia
  • GEO 5809 Geography of World Agriculture
  • GEO 6118 Contemporary Geographic Thought
  • GEO 6931 Seminar on Cultural and Political Ecology
  • GEO 6938 Geography of Development and Environment
  • GEO 6938 Cultural and Political Ecology
  • GEO 6938 Economics for Conservation
  • GEO 6938 Food and Agriculture in Africa
  • GEO 6938 Seminar on Climate Change
  • INR 6039 International Political Economy
  • INR 6352 International Environmental Relations
  • LAH 5527 Andean Nations
  • LAH 5934 History of Amazonia
  • LAS 6220 Issues and Perspectives in Latin America
  • LAS 6938 Anthropology of Development
  • LAS 6938 Gender and Development in Latin America
  • LAS 6938 Cuban Agriculture
  • LAS 6938 Power and Environment
  • LAS 6938 People/protected Area
  • LEI 5255 Outdoor Recreation and Park Management
  • LEI 6834 Ecotourism
  • PAD 6865 Development Administration
  • POL 6933 Peasants
  • POS 6933 Policy of Development
  • POS 6933 Water Politics
  • POS 6933 Environmental Politics
  • PUP 6008 Public Policy Analysis
  • PUP 6015 Comparative Policy Analysis
  • REL 5195 Religion, Ethics and Nature
  • REL 5937 Religion and Nature in Latin America
  • REL 6037 Nature in Western Religions
  • REL 6107 Core Seminar Religion and Nature
  • REL 6125 Religion and Politics in the Americas
  • REL 6181 Ethics and Natural Sciences
  • REL 6183 Religion and Environmental Ethics
  • REL 6358 Native Religions of the Americas
  • REL 6387 Religions in Latin America
  • SUR 6427 Land Tenure and Administration
  • SYA 7933 Environmental Governance
  • SYA 7933 Seminar on Environment and Society
  • URP 6905 Introduction to International Development
  • WIS 6578 Human Dimensions of Biological Conservation
  • WST 6348 Ecofeminism
  • WST 6935 Gender, Development, and Globalization