Salish Sea Landscapes and Waterscapes

Quarters
Spring Open
Location
Native Pathways - Olympia
Class Standing
Freshman
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
Corey Larson

 “Salish Sea Landscapes and Waterscapes” is a 4-credit course that focuses on areas of modern western Washington and British Columbia including Puget Sound, the Strait of Juan de Fuca, the Strait of Georgia, and surrounding watersheds. Students will examine contemporary political, social, and environmental issues, such as Tribal/First Nation and federal/state/provincial government relations, economic and urban development, and the impact of global climate change. In order to explore these interrelated topics, this course will investigate the complex histories of peoples’ ever-changing relationships with their surroundings in the Salish Sea region.

Credit Equivalencies: 2 Credits- History, 2 Credits- Environmental Humanities

Registration

Course Reference Numbers
(4): 30221

Academic Details

4
25
Freshman
Sophomore
Junior
Senior

Schedule

Spring
2023
Open
Remote (S)

See definition of Hybrid, Remote, and In-Person instruction

Day
Schedule Details
Remote/Online
Native Pathways - Olympia

Revisions

Date Revision 2022-05-10 confirmed