IND-205 Hawaii: History, Business and Sustainability

This interdisciplinary and experiential exploration of Hawaii focuses the study of place through the lenses of history, archaeology, culture and business in a unique environmental context. The course includes four hours per week of classroom instruction during the Winter Term and nine days of field study during Winter break on the Big Island of Hawaii. Instruction focuses on the study of Hawaii's history, archaeology, unique geographical, environmental, and cultural characteristics, and how these factors affect local and international business and industry and their sustainability.


2 credits