3 credit course, offered every other summer.
Immerse a student in a regional experience as a two week field course. This course will enable students to see critically and to interpret a cultural landscape through the perspective of culture and history, sustainability, ecology and natural environment, geology, and geography. Using a combination of structured field studies, cultural specific readings, primary and secondary data, and standard geographic field techniques this course strives to develop a deeper affective and cognitive understanding of a specified geographic region. This course is designed to offer students the opportunity to participate in a travel experience that is directly linked to their coursework and academic concentration and to broaden understanding of social and environmental processes through hands-on-site visits to several national and global parks, cities, towns, cultural centers, nature preserves, museums, etc. Course can be taken more than once as study sites will change.
Michigan Field Studies
Florida Field Studies – planned for summer 2021