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|HIST 373 - HISTORY OF NATL PARKS SERVICE|
Students study the history and development of the National Parks Service of the United States exploring the social, political and economic attitudes towards Wilderness, preservation and conservation. Students trace the development of the guiding principles of the NPS and the evolution of the National Parks system over time while examining the development of national parks systems outside of the United States. This seminar also includes a number of weekend field trips to regional National Parks and National Historic Sites during the semester. Prerequisites: minimum sophomore standing or instructor permission. HIST 200 recommended.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Levels: Undergraduate, Post B.A. (Second)
Schedule Types: Lecture
Upper Division - 300-499