We invite you to enroll in the Introduction to Climate Change: Science and Society course, CCS 103X.
CCS 103X (formerly CCS 203) now counts for General Education credit in the “X’ or Global Perspective. This is an introductory and foundational course on the scientific and social dimensions of global climate change co-taught by many great faculty members. You will gain a strong grounding in varied dimensions of the climate change issue and how these dimensions are connected. CCS 103X meets Monday/Wednesday from 3:40-5:00pm fall semester.
See details below for course registration.
INTRODUCTION TO CLIMATE CHANGE:
CCS 103X_Intro Climate Change Science and Society
Mondays & Wednesdays, 3:40-5:00
CRN: 75039 for regular section (section 01A)
CRN: 75274 for Honors section (section 80)
Explore the scientific, ethical, and political dimensions of global climate change, and engage with solutions.
- Dr. Steve Running, Regent’s Professor of Ecology and a lead author on the Noble Prize winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
- Dr. Dane Scott, Mansfield Ethics and Public Affairs Program Director
- Nicolette Phear, Climate Change Studies Program Coordinator
- …and many great guest speakers from across campus.