Course Catalog Entry

Course ID: PLAN  305
Effective Date: 03/02/2018
Title: Dogs in Society: An Interdisciplinary Examination of the Human-Canine Connection
Career: Undergraduate
Credit Hours: 3.00
Description: The course examines the evolution of dogs as human partners in society and delves into the relationship of our species with one another. It explores medical, safety, ethical, regulatory and legal issues, including the American with Disabilities Act and municipal approaches to regulating ownership. It considers behavioral adaptations of both species and some cutting-edge research in canine neuroscience. (Social Science)


The course descriptions provided herein are for the guidance of students. The University, however, reserves the right to change course descriptions without prior notice.

The provisions of this listing do not constitute an express or implied contract between the University and any member of the student body, faculty or general public.

The displayed information is the latest available from the Student Records system which is maintained by the Registars' office.

ULink Portal   Search Again   Schedule of Classes  

Registrar's office

University of Louisville

Houchens Bldg, Room LL31

Louisville, Kentucky 40292

Office Hours

M-F 9:00am to 5:00 pm

No holiday hours


tel (502) 852-6522

fax (502) 852-7088

Social Media