Environmental Psychology

PSY-2262 (3.00 credits)

An understanding of the psychological mechanisms and motivations that underlie wildlife conservation, human-wildlife conflict management, and the broader influence of people's choices for sustainable living. The course integrates environmental psychology principles into the context of conservation/sustainable behaviour, preparing students to influence and manage human-wildlife interactions. Students registering in this course should have completed a course in Statistics.

Instruction (3)

Requisite courses: Take ENG-1150 (Required, Previous). Take BIO-1151 OR BIO-1172 (Required, Previous).