Search result: Course units in Spring Semester 2020
|GESS Science in Perspective |
Only the courses listed below will be recognized as "GESS Science in Perspective" courses.
Further below you will find courses under the category "Type B courses Reflections about subject specific methods and content" as well as the language courses.
During the Bachelor’s degree Students should acquire at least 6 ECTS and during the Master’s degree 2 ECTS.
Students who already took a course within their main study program are NOT allowed to take the course again.
| Type B: Reflection About Subject-Specific Methods and Contents|
Subject-specific courses: Recommended for bachelor students after their first-year examination and for all master- or doctoral students.
Students who already took a course within their main study program are NOT allowed to take the same course again.
All these courses are listed under the category “Typ A”, this means, every student can enroll in these courses.
|701-0758-00L||Ecological Economics: Introduction with Focus on Growth Critics||W||2 credits||2V||I. Seidl|
|701-0782-00L||Differing Views of Practice and Science: Mutual Learning for Successful Collaboration||W||1 credit||1G||P. Fry|
|701-0786-00L||Mediation in Environmental Planning: Theory and Case Studies.||W||2 credits||2G||K. Siegwart|
|701-0729-00L||Social Research Methods |
Target group: students of BSc Environmental Sciences
|W||3 credits||2G||M. Stauffacher, A. Bearth, O. Ejderyan|
|701-0712-00L||Use and Perception of Nature Among Societies Outside Europe||W||2 credits||2V||T. Haller Merten|
|751-1500-00L||Development Economics||W||3 credits||2V||I. Günther, K. Harttgen|
|851-0708-00L||Introduction to Law|
Introduction to Law as GESS Compulsory Elective Course:
Students who have attended or will attend the lecture "Introduction to Law for Architecture" (851-0703-01L), "Introduction to Law for Civil Engineering" (851-0703-03L) or " Introduction to Law" (851-0703-00) , cannot register for this course unit.
Particularly suitable for students of D-HEST, D-MAVT, D-MATL, D-USYS.
|W||2 credits||2V||A. Stremitzer|
|851-0735-11L||Environmental Regulation: Law and Policy |
Number of participants limited to 20.
Particularly suitable for students of D-USYS
|W||3 credits||1S||J. van Zeben|
|701-0743-01L||Law and Natural Resources |
Number of participants limited to 32.
|W||2 credits||2V||N. Dajcar|
|851-0609-04L||The Energy Challenge - The Role of Technology, Business and Society |
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge in economics.
|W||2 credits||2V||R. Schubert, T. Schmidt, B. Steffen|
|851-0158-13L||Ecology and Environmentalism |
Number of participants limited to 40
Particularly suitable for students of D-ERDW, D-HEST, D-USYS, D-BIOL
|W||3 credits||2S||N. Guettler|
|851-0003-00L||Science and Food in the Development of the Modern World (1890s–1970s)||W||2 credits||1S||S. G. Sujeet George|
|851-0100-00L||What Is Truth? Philosophical Conceptions of a Crucial Notion||W||3 credits||2G||L. Wingert|
|701-0791-00L||Environmental History - Introduction and Overview |
Change of semester: takes place in spring semester instead of autumn semester.
Number of participants limited to 100.
|W||2 credits||2V||M. Gisler|
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