For Current Students

Courses Current and General

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!

We do often have speciality classes that occur either sporadically so be sure to check out our 

current courses!

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 HIST 27000: History of American Environmental Thought (3 credits), Prerequisite: one course in the humanities or social sciences, sophomore standing  
ENVS 20400: Selected Topics in Environmental Studies: Rainforests, Reefs and Ruins (3 credits), Prerequisite: Sophomore standing and permission of instructor ECON 28000: Environmental Economics (3 credits), Prerequisite: ECON 12200  
ENVS 22000: Human and Environment Geography (3 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 24000: Environmental Archeology: Human Impact in the Past and Present (3 credits), Prerequisites: ANTH 104 or 107 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 30100: Intermediate Environmental Research (1-3 credits, may be repeated for a total of 6 credits), Prerequisite: ENVS 20100 and permission of instructor ENVS 33100: Land use and Landscape Change (3-4 credits), Prerequisite: ENVS 22000  
ENVS 32200: Environmental Tool: 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 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 34000: Topics in Pollution (3-4 credits, may be repeated for a total of 8 credits), Prerequisites: ENVS 12100 and junior standing ENVS 36000: Special Topics in Environmental Humanities (3 credits), Prerequisites: Three humanities courses and sophomore standing  
ENVS 40100:Environmental Seminar II, (.5 credits), Prerequisites: Junior standing; environmental studies or environmental science major 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 45000: Senior Research (3 credits), Prerequisites: Senior standing; permission of instructor, Open to environmental studies or environmental science majors only ENVS  40100: Environmental Seminar II, (.5 credits), Prerequisites: Junior standing; environmental studies or environmental science major  
ENVS 49000: Independent Study, (1-4 credits), Prerequisites: Permission of instructor ENVS 45000: Senior Research (3 credits), Prerequisites: Senior standing; permission of instructor, Open to environmental studies or environmental science majors only  
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 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 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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