The University of Arizona

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Wildlife, Conservation, and American Culture

Description: 

Wildlife, Conservation, and American Culture explores the significance of wild animals in society as reflected in governmental agencies and laws, how people spend their time and money, and in the social controversies that stem from efforts to conserve animal populations in the face of human development.

Course Prefix: 
RNR
Course Number: 
160D1
Course Level: 
Undergraduate
Semesters Offered: 
Fall
Spring
Units: 
3
Instructor(s): 
Mannan, Robert W.