THIS COURSE HAS REACHED MAX CAPACITY & IS CLOSED
|COURSE TITLE||Animals and Society|
|SCHOOL||Dyson College Arts & Sciences|
Course Description: Animals and Society directs students in the interdisciplinary evaluation of the human-non-human relationship, and how contemporary methods of exploitation pose benefits and harms to humans and animals alike. The course will review a range of applied topics, including domestication, cognition, wildlife and hunting, zoos, companion animals, entertainment, meat production, and vegetarianism. Students acquire literacy in current animal welfare and rights issues, learn about laws that effect animals, and develop the writing and advocacy skills to participate in social media activism. As a civic engagement course with a hand-on component, everyone is required to volunteer at a local animal shelter.
Course Rotation: PLV: Spring
|SECTION TITLE:||Animals and Society|
|REQUIRED MATERIAL:||To Be Determined|
|SECTION COMMENTS:||This is an online section that requires online participation and attendance via Blackboard.
|ATTRIBUTES:||Area of Knowledge I,Civic Engagmnt & Public Values,Service Learning,Inquiry and Exploration|
|BlackBoard||01/02/2018 - 01/31/2018|