Human activities are currently leading to changes in the global environment at virtually unprecedented rates, with potentially severe consequences for our future welfare...The problem of global environmental change is crucial and urgent.
|U.S. Academy of Science, 1988|
Eugene S. Takle
3013 Agronomy Hall
| Computer Specialist
3015 Agronomy Hall
Registration InformationPre-requisites: 4 courses in Physical or Biological Sciences or Engineering
You may register for the Global Change course in any of six different ways:
|Environmental Studies 404|
|Environmental Science 404|
|Agronomy 504||Meteorology 504|
If, as an undergraduate, you sign up for the 504 course, you will attend the same lectures as for 404,but you will do one extensive research paper instead of shorter ones. The 504 may count toward a graduate degree requirements if you continue on for graduate degree.
If you have a documented disability and anticipate needing accommodations in this course, please make arrangements to meet with me soon. Please request that a Disability Resources staff send a SAAR form verifying your disability and specifying the accommodation you will need.
If, as a graduate student, you sign up for the 404 course, you are not required to submit a research paper. The 404 course will count toward credits required for a graduate degree if you sign up for the course outside your major. That is, if you are a graduate student in Agronomy, you will receive graduate credit if you sign up for Meteorology (or Environmental Studies) 404, but not if you sign up for Agronomy 404.