COMM 306 - Environmental Advocacy

Description
This course explores the rhetorical means by which citizens influence the policies and practices affecting our natural and human environments. The focus is on current controversies. Pre-requisites: COMM 100 and sophomore standing, or Digital Media & Storytelling Masters students, or IES major (EVST, EVPL, EVSC, EVPH, EVCR, and EVFS) . Outcome: The course seeks to provide an understanding of the history and range of communication styles in the U.S. environmental movement and to help students develop practical skills relevant to entering into environmental debates. Enrollment Requirements: COMM 100 and sophomore standing, or Digital Media & Storytelling Masters students, or IES major (EVST, EVPL, EVSC, EVPH, EVCR, and EVFS) .
Credits
3
Attributes
Environmental Studies Peace Studies Urban Studies
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Spring 2018
Offered
TuTh, W
Avg. Class Size
35
Avg. Sections
1