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Human Dimensions of Climate Change- Technology and Society
The Faculties of Social Sciences, Humanities, Law and the Peter B. Gustavson School of Business offer an interdisciplinary Minor in the Human Dimensions of Climate Change. The program provides students with a thorough understanding of the human aspects of climate change, including its political, economic, geographic, psychological, and sociological dimensions, together with an introduction to its physical aspects. Students may obtain this Minor by completing the requirements below, together with an Honours, Major, or General program.
Any course at the 200-level or above that constitutes part of a students Honours, Major, or General program, or option, cannot be used to fulfill the requirements for the HDCC Minor
Queries about the program, its prerequisites, or its list of approved electives should be directed to the Director of the Human Dimensions of Climate Change program (email@example.com) or to the Interdisciplinary Program Assistant (firstname.lastname@example.org). Students are encouraged to inquire about and to plan their HDCC program. Further information can be found at <web.uvic.ca/hdcc>.
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