All students must enroll in 6 credits . All students will take ENWC453/653 - Community-Based Conservation and one additional course.
ENWC351 - Nature / Wildlife Photography (3 cr.)
Students will become proficient with the use of a camera, a zoom lens, a normal lens, a release cable and tripod. You will also be able to evaluate images based on exposure, composition and subject matter.
ENWC451 - Advanced Nature / Wildlife Photography (3 cr.)
Students will further their knowledge of photography, learning how to master a variety of natural lighting conditions. Specific assignments include double exposures, fire, waterfalls, stars, reflections and close-ups.
ENWC452/652 - Conservation of African Wildlife (3 cr.)
Unique challenges facing African Wildlife. Identifying and surveying terrestrial vertebrates, human-wildlife interactions, ecotourism, and development of African Wildlife conservation. First-hand experience in wildlife conservation by visiting various ecosystems, living with aboriginal people, and seeing the effects of ecotourism and development.
ENWC453/653 - Community-Based Conservation (3 cr.)
Basic philosophical, economic, and ecological aspects of the bottom-up approach to conservation. Students will experience this form of conservation first-hand by living with aboriginal people and seeing how they conserve natural resources. No prerequisite. Students in Jake Bowman's section should register for ENWC 453-070. Students in Jon Cox's section should register for ENWC 453-071.
UNIV370-064 - Study Abroad - Tanzania ENWC (0 cr.) pass/fail
Students are asked to reflect upon changes in their knowledge, skills, and attitudes that occur due to their study abroad experience.