In this week’s Summer Spotlight video, Dr. Richard Beal describes his Summer Session course The Global Environment and the Evolution of Human Society (EFB 120). This class addresses large-scale environmental issues and their relation to the development of human societies and resource-use strategies over time. The course fulfills general education requirements, and may also be of interest to rising high school seniors and k-12 educators.
SUNY-ESF is excited to offer an expanded selection of courses for Summer Session 2012! In addition to Dr. Beal’s course, several others will be of interest to rising high school seniors and k-12 educators as well, including:
APM 104* College Algebra & Precalculus
EFB 120* Global Environment & the Evolution of Human Society
ENS 200 Climate Change Science & Sustainability
ESF 200 Information Literacy
EWP 290* Research Writing & the Humanities
FCH 496 Advanced Training in Alternative Energy
FOR 106 Introduction to Green Entrepreneurship
FOR 201 Introduction to Watershed Hydrology
FOR 296 Introduction to Excel
* indicates courses that fulfill general education requirements.
These courses – and many more – are offered at SUNY’s favorable tuition rates (in state undergraduate: $220/credit; in state graduate: $370/credit**)! Over 45 courses are currently listed.
We invite you to share this opportunity with students and educators you know who may be interested in enrolling. Please visit the Summer Session website for a full course list and details on registering:
** Tuition costs referenced here are based on currently published rates and are subject to change: www.esf.edu/bursar/costs.htm