Courses: Current and Upcoming

General ENVS Courses

We're fortunate enough to offer some pretty cool classes, and there's sure to be something that strikes your interest! Where a course title is highlighted, there's a link to photos and/or highlights from particular years. Keep checking back for more updates on what each class is up to!

General ENVS Courses by Semester

Fall Spring Winter
ENVS 10100: Environmental Seminar (.5 credits) ENVS 10100: Environmental Seminar (.5 credits) ENVS 12000: Environmental Sentinels (3 credits)
ENVS 10400: Gardening Principles and Practices: How to Grow Your Own Food (1 credit) ENVS 11200: Sustainability Principles and Practices (3 credits)  
ENVS 11000: The Environmental Crisis: Causes and Solutions (3 credits) ENVS 12100: Environmental Science and Technology (4 credits)  
ENVS 11200: Sustainability Principles and Practices (3 credits) ENVS 13100: Earth Systems Science II (4 credits), Prerequisites: ENVS 13000  
ENVS 12000: Environmental Sentinels (3 credits) ENVS 20100: Introductory Environmental Research (1-3 credits)  
ENVS 13000: Earth System Science I (4 credits) ENVS 20200: Topics in Sustainability (3-4 credits)  
ENVS 20100: Introductory Environmental Research (1-3 credits), Prerequisite: Sophomore standing and permission of instructor ENVS 22100: Interdisciplinary Physical Science (4 credits), Prerequisite: ENVS 12100  
ENVS 20200: Topics in Sustainability (3-4 credits, may be repeated for a total of 12 credits), Prerequisite: Sophomore standing ENVS 30100: Intermediate Environmental Research (1-3 credits, may be repeated for a total of 6 credits), Prerequisite: ENVS 20100 and permission of instructor  
ENVS 20400: Selected Topics in Environmental Studies: Rainforests, Reefs and Ruins (3 credits), Prerequisite: Sophomore standing and permission of instructor ENVS 31000: Contemporary Applications of Ancient Agriculture: The Potential for Modern Food Production (3 credits), Prerequisites: 200-level course in BIO, ENVS, or ANTH  
ENVS 22000: Human and Environment Geography (3 credits), Prerequisite: Sophomore standing ENVS 33100: Land use and Landscape Change (3-4 credits), Prerequisite: ENVS 22000  
ENVS 24000: Environmental Archeology: Human Impact in the Past and Present (3 credits), Prerequisites: ANTH 104 or 107 ENVS 35000: Topics in Natural Resources and Ecology: Farming the Forest (3-4 credits, may be repeated for a total of 8 credits), Prerequisites: Three courses in environmental studies or biology.   
ENVS 30100: Intermediate Environmental Research (1-3 credits, may be repeated for a total of 6 credits), Prerequisite: ENVS 20100 and permission of instructor ENVS 36000: Special Topics in Environmental Humanities (3 credits), Prerequisites: Three humanities courses and sophomore standing  
ENVS 32200: Environmental Methods: Sampling, Surveying, Statistics and Analysis (4 credits), Prerequisites: ENVS 12100 or ENVS 13000; ENVS 22000; MATH 14500, MATH 14400 or MATH 21600. 4 credits. ENVS 38200: Topics in Environmental Policy: Sustainability in the Amazon (3-4 credits, May be repeated for credit for field studies in different regions for a maximum three times or 12 credits), Prerequisites: A minimum of three courses in environmental studies or biology.  
ENVS 34000: Topics in Pollution (3-4 credits, may be repeated for a total of 8 credits), Prerequisites: ENVS 12100 and junior standing ENVS  40100: Environmental Seminar II, (.5 credits), Prerequisites: Junior standing; environmental studies or environmental science major  
ENVS 40100:Environmental Seminar II, (.5 credits), Prerequisites: Junior standing; environmental studies or environmental science major ENVS 45000: Senior Research (3 credits), Prerequisites: Senior standing; permission of instructor, Open to environmental studies or environmental science majors only  
ENVS 45000: Senior Research (3 credits), Prerequisites: Senior standing; permission of instructor, Open to environmental studies or environmental science majors only ENVS 45100:Capstone Discussion (1 credit), Prerequisite: ENVS 45000 (may be taken concurrently); senior standing  
ENVS 49000: Independent Study, (1-4 credits), Prerequisites: Permission of instructor ENVS 49000: Independent Study, (1-4 credits), Prerequisites: Permission of instructor  
ENVS 49500: Internship in Environmental Studies/Science (1-12 credits), Prerequisites: Permission of instructor; completion of three-quarters of an environmental studies major or minor ENVS 49500: Internship in Environmental Studies/Science, (1-12 credits), Prerequisites: Permission of instructor; completion of three-quarters of an environmental studies major or minor  


 

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