Number Title EEB 401 How Ecology Can Aid Environmental Challenges in Africa ^ EHS 504 Genes and the Environment EHS 570 Water Quality Management ESENG 501 (CEE 565) Seminars in Energy Systems Technology and Policy ** Law 634 Water Wars: Law & Policy to Save the Great Lakes ** Law 666 Climate Change and the Law: The Legal Response to a Rapidly Warming Planet ** Law 679 Environmental Law and Policy ** Law 791 Environmental Crimes # EAS 480 (CLIMATE 480) Climate Change: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Problem Solving EAS 501 Indigenous Peoples, Rights, and Environmental Justice EAS 529 Indigenous Sustainability & Environmental Justice * EAS 542 Conservation and Development * EAS 569 Stakeholder Network Analysis EAS 572 (EHS 527) Environmental Impact Assessment EAS 523 Ecological Risk Assessment EAS 525 Energy Justice EAS 527 (BE 527) Energy Markets and Energy Politics EAS 550 (STRATEGY 566) Systems Thinking for Sustainable Development EAS 555 Climate and Development: Impacts, Mitigation and Adaptation in Less Developed Countries EAS 558 Water Policy & Politics EAS 562 Environmental Policy, Politics & Organizations EAS 563 International Environmental Policy PUBPOL 519 (EAS 574) Sustainable Energy Systems EAS 577 Political Ecology I: Environmental Violence EAS 605/BA 605 Green Development EAS 615 Renewable Electricity & the Grid * EAS 677.041 Resilience Solutions: Climate Adaptation from Global to Local PUBPOL 564 Government Regulation of Industry and the Environment PUBPOL 750 (ENVIRON 462) Psychology of Climate Change PUBPOL 750-006 Renewable Energy Policy at the State & Local Level PUBPOL 750-009 Topics: Environmental Psychology for Public Policy PUBPOL 750-305 Topics: Topics: Psychology of Climate Change STRATEGY 564 (EAS 512) Strategies for Sustainable Development I: Enterprise Integration STRATEGY 565 (EAS 513) Strategies for Sustainable Development II: Market Transformation Number Title AAS 443 (WOMENSTD 443) Pedagogy of Empowerment: Activism of Race, Gender, and Health ANTHRCUL 548 Theory and Practice in Medical Anthropology EHS 597 Environmental Health Policy EHS 608 (EPID 608) Environmental Epidemiology HBEHED 540 (001) Fundamentals of Reproductive Health HBEHED 662 Risk Communication: Theory, Techniques, and Applications in Health HBEHED 715 Ethical, Legal, & Social Issues in Genomics And Health HMP 615 Introduction to Public Health Policy HMP 624 Health Policy Challenges in Developing Countries HMP 625 Comparative Health Policy and Management in High Income Countries HMP 626 Race, Ethnicity, Culture and Health Policy HMP 633 Health Insurance in America. How Did We Get Into This Mess? How Do We Get Out? # HMP 649 Critical Policy Issues in Health IT HMP 653 Law and Public Health HMP 685 The Politics of Public Health Policy HMP 693 Mental Health Policy in the United States ** Law 839 Innovation in the Life Sciences LHS 621 Implementation Science in Health I PUBPOL 750-306 Topics: Public Policy Approaches to Social Disparities in Health Number Title #* CHE 588 (BIOMEDE 588) Global Quality Systems and Regulatory Innovation * CHE 597 (PHARM 597) Regulatory Issues for Scientists, Engineers, and Managers EDUC 661 History of Postsecondary Education PubPol 587.001 Public Management: Organizational Causes of Large Scale Technology Failure SI 719 Knowledge/Power/Practice in Science, Technology, and Medicine PubPol 754 Research Seminar in Science, Tech and Public Policy Number Title ** LAW 711 Law of the Internet PUBPOL 750-001
Topics: Cybersecurity Threats and Policy Approaches
PUBPOL 750-301 Topics: Cyber Conflict SI 519 (PUBPOL 688) Intellectual Property and Information Law SI 540 Privacy in Information Technology SI 549 (EDUC 601) Transformative Learning and Teaching with Technology SI 654 (HMP 649) Critical Policy Issues in Health IT SI 657 Information Technology and International Development SI 710 Special Topics: Research Seminars in Information SI 710 Tech Labor, Entrepreneurial Life & Precarious Creativity SI 710-127 Special Topics: Research Seminars in Information
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