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Economics / Political Science 350 - Arizona, USA: Sustainable Public Policies in Arizona

The course will explore the opposition of uneven socio-cultural, political, and economic development and sustainability in a variety of national and state park settings in Arizona. Students will spend considerable time outdoors in the Grand Canyon, meeting with community leaders and policy makers, and discovering the challenges of developing policies for the appropriate use of water and natural resources.

Course: POSC/ECON 350
Location: Various locations across Arizona
Prerequisite: None
Program Directors: Sara Rinfret and Larry Malone
Curricular requirement: EL
Cost: $2,165
Length of program: 16 days
Meals: All meals included

Prices of Off-Campus J Term programs are estimates. If there are factors that affect the final cost of a program, such as fluctuations in currency exchange rates or fuel price increases, a fee adjustment will be announced. Should there be a change in a program fee students will have two weeks from notification of that change, or until the last day of classes, (whichever is shorter) to pay.