Courses

The Environmental Studies Program (ENVS) offers courses on a wide range of topics including environmental science, ecological economics, international environmental issues, conservation of biodiversity, ecological agriculture, environmental justice/racism, environmental journalism, and environmental law.

Summer 2017

  • ENVS 25: Ecological Agriculture - Sarker (11 with Lab on Mon or Tues 2:30-5:30)
  • ENVS 39: Natural Resource Development & the Environment - Fox (10A)

Fall 2017

Winter 2018

  • ENVS 2: Introduction to Environmental Science - Jones (11)
  • ENVS 7.02: Conservation, Development, and Sustainability - Fox (12)
  • ENVS 7.xx: Title TBD - Lutz (TBD)
  • ENVS 10: Introduction to Environmental Statistics - Cox (10A)
  • ENVS 11: Humans and Nature in America - Osborne (2)
  • ENVS 18: Native Peoples in a Changing Global Environment - Reo (10A)
  • ENVS 28: Global Environmental Health - Roebuck (10)
  • ENVS 55: Ecological Economics - Howarth (10)
  • ENVS 65: Global Environmental Politics - Webster (11)
  • ENVS 80.08:The Practice of Science Policy & Diplomacy - Burkins (12)
  • ENVS 80.09: Spatial Ecology and Conservation - Kerby (TBD)
  • ENVS 90: Independent Study and Research - Staff (ARR)
  • ENVS 91: Thesis Research in ENVS - Staff (ARR)

Spring 2018

  • ENVS 7.04: COVER Stories - Osborne (2A)
  • ENVS 7.11: Getting to a Low Carbon Society - Kapuscinski (12)
  • ENVS 12: Energy and the Environment - Friedland (10A)
  • ENVS 19: Encountering Forests - Reo (2A with field trips Tues 2:25-6:00)
  • ENVS 20: Conservation of Biodiversity - Bolger (12)
  • ENVS 45: Colonialism, Dev & Env in Africa & Asia - Haynes (12)
  • ENVS 50: Environmental Problem Analysis - Reo (10A)
  • ENVS 56: Environmental Economics and Governance - Webster (11)
  • ENVS 61: Governing the Environment - Cox (2A)
  • ENVS 90: Independent Study and Research - Staff (ARR)
  • ENVS 91: Thesis Research in ENVS - Staff (ARR)