Fall Semester 2018 - Credit Courses

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 Course TitleCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
HONR_253HN_01Honors: Farming & Fiction
Meets: 8/29/2018-12/18/2018
Kalispell Campus
Note: Students must be admitted to the Scholars Program to register for this class.Farming is inextricably linked to America's cultural history. This course will explore the influence of agriculture on the human experience in America by examining the scientific and technological innovations that have driven agriculture and the subsequent literary works over the past century. Topics will include the artistic representation of the yeoman farmer, the romanticization of a pastoral ideal, sustainable farming principles and practices, the rise of biotechnology, and the impact policy has had on food and agriculture. From the dust bowl of the 1930's to the contemporary GMO debates, the act of growing food embodies a dynamic interplay between society and science. Students can choose to use these 4 credits to satisfy either a Humanities-H or Science-N graduation requirement.
4crMW10:00AM-11:50AMBSS 1335M Rauscher

C Relyea

H Estrada

Add'l Fee: $25.00

Honors: Farming & Fiction

Prerequisites: acceptance into the Scholars Program.This course involves critical analysis of major themes of the humanities coordinated and examined through one or more of the sciences. Skills in critical reading/analysis and the development of ideas through argument, writing, and oral communication will be utilized in order to engage student's knowledge, imagination and creativity.

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