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U85 IA 5142Sustainable Development and Conservation: Madagascar3.0 Units
Description:This course focuses on sustainable development in rural subsistence economies, using Madagascar as case study. Students from diverse disciplines are challenged to develop and assess the feasibility of projects that can have positive impact on communities constrained by poverty traps. The span of projects includes topics such as forest conservation and use, nutrition, health, food security, clean water, education, and bottom up economic growth. Students in Humanities, Social Sciences, Business, Design, Engineering, Physical Sciences, Law, Social Work, Economics, Political Science, Public Health and others use their different perspectives to search for answers. Teamwork and peer teaching are central to the course. Competitively evaluated projects will be field-tested in Madagascar. Selected teams will travel to Madagascar in May and work with the Missouri Botanical Garden Community Conservation Program to adapt projects to conflicting environmental, cultural, economic, and political factors. Poster board sessions for students taking the trip occur in the fall term. Project teams selected to go to Madagascar will be assessed a lab fee at the time their participation in the trip is confirmed. The lab fee covers the cost of airfare, in-country transportation, and approximately three weeks of in-country lodging and food. Students may not withdraw from this class after 2/28/17. Undergraduate students should register for the course using one of the undergraduate cross-listed course numbers.
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Instruction Type:Classroom instruction Grade Options:CPA Tuition:$2,220.00 Fees:
Course Type:HomeSame As:U19 4140  U43 4140  U44 4140  U76 4140Frequency:None / History
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