Planning Ahead

Planning Ahead

Planning Ahead: Future Course Offerings (Subject to change. Current as of 4/27/2018)
This is a tentative course offering schedule. This is subject to change and should only be used as a reference. The confirmed course offerings will be communicated prior course registration each semester.

FALL 2018

Course type Title (Credits) Faculty
CORE ENV 961: Ecosystem Science and Management (3) Vidra
CORE ENV 962: Economics of Environmental Management (3) Murray

 

REQUIRED for 1st years ENV 960: Orientation Course: Making a difference in the world (1) Vidra
REQUIRED for 1st years ENV 966: Writing for Environmental Professionals (1) Cagle
REQUIRED for all ENV 998: Program Seminar (0.25) Vidra

 

SPRING 2019

Course type Title (Credits) Faculty
ELECTIVE ENV 909: Survey of Environmental Leadership (1) Vidra
ELECTIVE ENV 974: Seeing the Big Picture: Lessons from watershed management in CA (3) Hinton
ELECTIVE ENV 975: Community-Based Environmental Management in Mexico; Field trip (2) Shapiro-Garza

 

ELECTIVE ENV 976: Restoration Ecology Principles and Practice in Hawaii; Field trip (2) Vidra
ELECTIVE ENV 979: Science of Climate Change (1) Kasibhatla
ELECTIVE ENV 983: Green Development (3) Wedding
REQUIRED for all ENV 998: Program Seminar (0.25) Vidra

 

FALL 2019

Course type Title (Credits) Faculty
CORE ENV 963: Program Management for Environmental Professionals (3) Shapiro-Garza
CORE ENV 964: Environmental Law and Policy (3) Gallagher

 

REQUIRED for 1st years ENV 960: Orientation Course: Making a difference in the world (1) Vidra
REQUIRED for 1st years ENV 966: Writing for Environmental Professionals (1) Cagle
REQUIRED for all ENV 965: Environmental Leadership Module (1) Vidra
REQUIRED for all ENV 998: Program Seminar (0.25) Vidra

 

Spring 2020

Course type Title (Credits) Faculty
ELECTIVE ENV 909: Survey of Environmental Leadership (1) Vidra
ELECTIVE ENV 955: Community-Based Environmental Management (3) TBD
ELECTIVE ENV 973: Business Strategy for Environmental Sustainability (3) Gallagher
ELECTIVE ENV 982: Sustainable Development; Field trip location TBD (2) TDB
REQUIRED for all ENV 998: Program Seminar (0.25) Vidra

During the Spring semester, typically of the 2nd year, students are able to register for up to 4 credits of ENV 999 to support their work on the Masters Project or 3 credits of ENV 996 to support their work on the Capstone Project. In addition, students may take Independent Study credits (ENV 997) during Spring semesters.