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Surak, Sarah

Faculty, Environmental Studies
Faculty, Political Science
Fulton Hall (FH) 280F
410-677-3879 or ext 73879
smsuraksalisburyedu



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2014 Spring

  • ENVR 300-001 ENVR & SOC: MTHDS & ANALYSIS
    Provides an overview of methodologies for the study of the interactions between human societies and the environment, with particular attention to the social sciences and history. Focus on the emergence of environmental policy regimes, and public and political discourses surrounding those regimes. Prerequisite: ENVR 102. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • ENVR 300-002 ENVR & SOC: MTHDS & ANALYSIS
    Provides an overview of methodologies for the study of the interactions between human societies and the environment, with particular attention to the social sciences and history. Focus on the emergence of environmental policy regimes, and public and political discourses surrounding those regimes. Prerequisite: ENVR 102. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • ENVR 305-601 TOPICS IN HUMANITIES/SOC SCI
    Interdisciplinary investigation of a topic in the environmental humanities or social sciences. May be taken three times under different course titles. Prerequisites: ENVR 102 and ENVR 200, 205 or 300. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • ENVR 305-651 TOPICS IN HUMANITIES/SOC SCI
    Interdisciplinary investigation of a topic in the environmental humanities or social sciences. May be taken three times under different course titles. Prerequisites: ENVR 102 and ENVR 200, 205 or 300. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • ENVR 495-002 ENVIRONMENTAL FIELD STUDIES
    Field course taught abroad or in a remote setting within the United States. Particular attention to the interdisciplinary environmental issues associated with the particular location in which the field study occurred, from a primarily humanistic or social science perspective. Credit variable depending upon the course. May be taken twice for different field courses. Prerequisite: sophomore standing. Variable hours per week.
  • ENVR 495-003 ENVIRONMENTAL FIELD STUDIES
    Field course taught abroad or in a remote setting within the United States. Particular attention to the interdisciplinary environmental issues associated with the particular location in which the field study occurred, from a primarily humanistic or social science perspective. Credit variable depending upon the course. May be taken twice for different field courses. Prerequisite: sophomore standing. Variable hours per week.
  • HONR 495-044 HONORS THESIS
    Independent study culminating in substantial original research, scholarly or creative work. Students may apply to Honors faculty administrators for permission to substitute another department's thesis or independent study course for HONR 495. The thesis must be completed with a B or better to fulfill the Honors program requirement. Prerequisite: HONR 490. Corequisite: HONR 496. Three to four hours per week.
  • HONR 496-044 HONORS THESIS CONSULT
    Designates the Honors thesis consultation with thesis director and committee. Prerequisite: HONR 490. Corequisite: HONR 495 or Departmental research/creative course aproved by Honors Administrators.

2014 Summer I

  • POSC 540-701 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
    Study of the basic characteristics of modern American governmental bureaucracies, as well as the important issues public administrators face. Exploration of administrative and organizational theories. May be offered for undergraduate or graduate credit. Prerequisite: POSC 101 or 110. Three hours per week.

2014 Summer II

  • POSC 490-001 INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH
    Advanced students pursue their own research project under the direction of a faculty member, or assist a faculty member in a research project. Involves in-depth reading program or the collection and analysis of data from primary sources. May be repeated for a maximum of six credits with faculty approval; credit beyond three hours requires approval of the department chair.

2014 Fall

  • POSC 101-002 INTRO TO POLITICS & GOVT
    Introduction to the study of political science that discusses the nature of politics, the role of government in society and the processes involved in the governing of humans. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).
  • POSC 204-001 TOPICS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE
    Analysis of recent international or national issues which helps students understand the complex contemporary political environment. May be taken twice under different course titles recorded with the registrar. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).
  • POSC 360-001 ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
    Overview of national and global environmental policies in the U.S. Examines individual policies including their content, their adoption, the regulatory process and their effect on environmental quality. Role of the political actors and the political process in environmental policy-making explored. Prerequisite: POSC 101 or 110. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIB or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IIB).
  • POSC 490-007 INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH
    Advanced students pursue their own research project under the direction of a faculty member, or assist a faculty member in a research project. Involves in-depth reading program or the collection and analysis of data from primary sources. May be repeated for a maximum of six credits with faculty approval; credit beyond three hours requires approval of the department chair.

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