ENS4300EN - Environmental Leadership and Community Involvement

Course description

This is an advanced course that is designed to give students an in-depth look and more hands-on approach to dealing with the complexity of environmental leadership and community involvement. The course will prepare the students with sophisticated analytical skills and proficiency in reductive and conceptual thinking, that will enable them come up with relevant solutions to a radically changing world.

How this course benefits students

The student will learn how Christianity has shaped some of the environmental laws and how a Christ centered leadership model can be effective in getting the buy in of communities.

Why this course is important

Proper understanding of effective community engagement and involvement requires a good knowledge of environmental leadership and community.

Credit hours
3 hours
Subject area
Environmental Studies
Educational level
Learning type
Upcoming terms
* Schedule subject to change. Please contact the Registrar's office with schedule questions.
Dr. Joseph Akinkugbe Adelegan, Professor of Environmental Mission

How this course relates to missional core values

Biblically based

This course includes an in depth look at how Christian interpretation of the Bible in light of environmental leadership has influenced present practices.

Missionally driven

The study of Environmental Leadership and Community Involvement serves to better understand the national and cultural contexts where many students may be on mission.

Contextually informed

The course springs from the interest of how Christianity thought has influenced environmental leadership and community involvement.

Interculturally focused

Environmental Leadership and Community Involvement crosses numerous national and cultural boundaries.

Practically minded

The student will be equipped to have an in- depth better understanding of Environmental Leadership and Community.

Experientially transformed

The student will be better prepared to engage non-believers in non-Christian cultures regarding Environmental Leadership and Community.