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GPHY 348 Field Studies: Sustainability and Resilience in Montana  

This course is designed to give students an understanding of the concept of sustainability and resilience, and their application to a variety of issues specific to the geography of Montana, including: wilderness, agriculture, mining, energy production, green building principles, transportation, and climate change. This course is one unit of a five-unit, 15-credit, offering by the Wild Rockies Field Institute.

Course meets in central and eastern Montana. Course is available for undergraduate credit only.

Registration for this course is required through a sponsoring agency. See registration contact information below. The sponsoring agency charges a course registration fee.

Students wanting to earn academic credit from The University of Montana must pay an additional $155 credit recording fee. This is a flat fee and not a per credit fee. Information about registering for academic credit will be provided by the sponsoring agency.

To register, visit: Wild Rockies Field Institute.


Title: GPHY 348 Field Studies: Sustainability and Resilience in Montana
Credits: 3.00
Dates: 8/27/2021 - 10/27/2021
Instructor: Keri McWilliams

Course meets in central and eastern Montana.