ANZ 108 - Survey of Animals in Society

ANZ 108 - Survey of Animals in Society

3.00 Cr
The main objective of this course is to expose students broadly to the many and varied ways that animals interact with human society to improve the well-being of communities, educate, sustain, and build social capital. This course embodies a partnership between Carroll College and various organizations and individuals in the greater Helena area and the State of Montana. These entities and individuals will discuss with our students the important work performed with animals that share their lives. In addition, students will have the opportunity to provide service to the community through a group project using human-animal interaction to improve the well-being of communities. This high impact course includes field trips.
Term: 
2021SP
Method: 
LEC
Faculty: 
DeMello, Margo
Sumridge, Molly
Williams, Dayle