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Core Course Sequencing

The most efficient and effective way to make it through core courses is to follow sequences.

Environment and Science Area

(two courses, 7 credits)

  1. Begin with one introductory environmental science course
    • Biology 105: Biological Concepts: Unity (fall, spring)
    • Chemistry 103: Introduction to Environmental Chemistry (fall)
    • Geography 121: Physical Geography I: Weather and Climate (fall, spring)
    • Geology 150: Environmental Geology (fall, spring)
  2. Then take the intermediate, interdisciplinary environmental science course:
    • Env Stds 260: Environmental Science (spring)
      • Prerequisite: An introductory environmental science course is a prerequisite for ES 260

 

Environment and Society Area

(two courses, 6 credits)

  1. Begin with the introduction to environmental studies course
    • Env Stds 101: Seminar on Environmental Issues (fall, fall interim, spring)
  2. Then take the intermediate, interdisciplinary course on environment and society:
    • Env Stds 261: Environment and Society (fall, spring)
      • Prerequisite: Taking 101 before 261 is the preferred sequence, but ES 101 is not an official prerequisite for ES 261.

 

Environment and Values Area

(two courses, 6 credits)

  1. Begin with one introductory environmental humanities course:
    • Env Stds 162: Environmental Ethics (spring)
    • Env Stds 243: Introduction to Nature Writing (fall)
    • Env Stds 244: Japanese Nature Writing (spring)
  2. Then take the intermediate, interdisciplinary environmental humanities course:
    • Env Stds 282: Environment, Community, and Values (fall and spring)
      • Prerequisite: ES 101 AND either ES 162,or ES 243, or ES 244.

 

Interdisciplinary Seminars

(two courses, 6 credits)

  1. Take the advanced course on environmental science and policy:
    • Env Stds 370: Environmental Science, Policy, and Problem Solving (fall and spring)
    • Prerequisites: Env Stds 260, Env Stds 261
    • Normally taken in the junior or senior year
  2. Take the senior capstone course
    • Env Stds 490: Senior Seminar (fall and spring)
      • Prerequisites: 18 credits in the ES core.
      • Normally taken in the student’s final spring semester.
by linnm37 — last modified May 03, 2013 06:10 PM
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