Courses

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Course offerings include a multidisciplinary approach from the context of environmental science and environmental studies, geology, biology, and chemistry.

The course list is under continuous revision. Under consideration are courses on God and nature; ethics and energy; race, gender, class, and the environment; environmental dissent; and environmental writing.

 Current Courses:

  • ESC 105: Environmental Science - Sustainable Communities
  • ESC 201: Evolution of the Earth
  • ESC 207: Field Botany/Spring Wildflowers
  • ESC 209: Field Survey Techniques in Zoology
  • ESC 215: Fast Food Nation
  • ESC 225: Energy and Society
  • ESC 230: Rainforest Ecology
  • ESC 243: Environments of Costa Rica
  • ESC 244: Island Biogeography in the Galapagos
  • ESC 247: Biogeography
  • ESC 251: Environmental Document Writing and Review
  • ESC 280: Arctic Ecology - Polar Bears of Churchill
  • ESC 307: Advanced Field Botany/Spring Wildflowers

 

  • ESC 314: Range Ecology
  • ESC 316: Geochemistry
  • ESC 317: Bird Conservation and Research
  • ESC 321: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
  • ESC 325: Wetlands and Riparian Ecology
  • ESC 330: Wildlife Management and Conservation
  • ESC 345: Soil Science
  • ESC 401: Application of Geographic Information Systems
  • ESC 436: Yellowstone Winter Ecology
  • ESC 450: Internship
  • ESC 490: Seminar
  • ESC 495: Advanced Field Research Techniques
  • ESC 499: Independent Study
 
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