This course explores the nature of geological and meteorological hazards and their impact on society. Topics may include landslides, floods, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, and severe storms.
This course focuses on specifically on hazards so that students will be equipped to respond to these hazards in their communities.
This course will be essential for students who expect to do any kind of environmental work, in which they will likely deal with hazards of various kinds.
Students will explore the environmental hazards that are mentioned in Scripture, and will consider our response to hazards today.
The course will lay a foundation for students seeking to do mission work that deals with environmental hazards or other issues.
Students will learn how a person's geographical context may affect the kinds of environmental hazards that they face.
Students will appreciate variation in environmental hazards across different regions.
The basic skills acquired in this course will help prepare students for jobs dealing with environmental hazards.
This course will equip students to understand the impact of various hazards on society.