New Summer E-Campus Course BRR325: Energy Technology and Social Change

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BRR 325: Energy Technology and Social Change is now available as a new E-Campus Bacc Core Course. The class is open to student in all majors.

In this course, students will discover how science and technology have co-evolved with human society. The course will cover such topics as energy sustainability and energy efficiency; the socioeconomics of energy consumption; and the impact of climate change.

BRR 325 is a three credit Bacc Core Synthesis course. It meets the Science, Technology, and Society course requirement. The prerequisite for this course is one term of a physical science course with a lab.

If you have questions, contact Dr. Glen Li at; by calling 541-737-2240; or visiting 158B Strand Ag Hall.