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Viticulture AAS or Certificate
Enology AAS or Certificate
To enroll in Viticulture or Enology programs please visit vesta.org
This course investigates the psychology of environmental problems as an interdisciplinary blend of psychology and environmental science by viewing current environmental issues through eight major psychological approach lenses. This course facilitates the student’s understanding of how human consciousness and behavior contribute to and result from environmental threats. Learners will investigate how humans can choose to live in a manner that will ensure a sustainable future and how humanity is related nature in terms of global interdependence as well as how agriculturists can produce food sources to sustain a
growing global population. Students who are interested in their role as stewards of the preservation of nature for future generations can explore how psychology and the environment are interrelated. They will create individualized self control projects (Behavior Change Plans) based on the seven aspects of personal lifestyles that most significantly impact the environment of how they can alter their daily lives to live more responsible,
sustainable, and conscious lives.