CFAN 3507: Exploring Ecuador: People, Land, and Water from the Amazon to the Galapagos

3 CreditsEnvironmentGlobal Perspectives

In this course we will explore the abundant flora and fauna and water resources of the majestic mountains, rich valley farmlands, and lush tropical forests. We will also explore sustainability and restoration projects and visit urban Quito, rural villages, Amazon basin, and island hop through the Galapagos. This interdisciplinary course offers students of all disciplines an opportunity to explore water resource management and Indigenous (Quichua) culture – A great opportunity for scientifically and culturally oriented students to interact with each other and the people of Ecuador.

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B+ Average (3.333)Most Common: A (83%)

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