Fall 2017 Course Listing

This is a tentative list of courses. Please check back periodically for changes, as this page will continue to be updated as new courses are scheduled in Albert.


Syllabi available via links on this page are meant as samples and do not necessarily reflect the final syllabus for the course for this particular semester.


Friday, March 24, 2017 Fall 2017 course search and registration status features available on Albert.

Monday, April 24, 2017 Registration Begins by appointment for Undergraduate, Graduate and Diploma students.

Please view the full academic calendar here.


CourseClass NumberTitleCrosslistRestrictions/PrerequisitesTimeDaysInstructor
CORE COURSES
ENVST-UA 100.00116384Environmental Systems Science (Lecture)

Recitations:
ENVST-UA 100.002 6540 9:30-10:45am T
ENVST-UA 100.003 6541 8:00-9:15am T
ENVST-UA 100.004 6542 2:00-3:15pm T
ENVST-UA 100.005 6543 8:00-9:15am W
ENVST-UA 100.006 6544 3:30-4:45pm W
ENVST-UA 100.007 8270 9:30-10:45am R

Open only to ENST majors during the first week of registration, open to all other students thereafter. STUDENTS MUST ALSO REGISTER FOR RCT SEC.11:00am-12:15pmMWMcDermid
ENVST-UA 900.0016550Environmental Studies Capstone Seminar: Sustainability Planning: Developing a waste management strategy for a suburban nature preserve

Prerequisite: Open only to Senior ES majors who have completed ENVST-UA 100 and 101 or Senior Gallatin-ES Partnership students with the permission of the Partnership adviser. No direct enrollment. Your adviser will contact you with enrollment instructions.

Final Presentations (for all sections): TBA. This meeting is mandatory for all capstone students.
5:00-
7:30pm
MCharles-Guzman
ENVST-UA 900.0026549Environmental Studies Capstone Seminar: Developing Solar Projects Across the U.S.

Prerequisite: Open only to Senior ES majors who have completed ENVST-UA 100 and 101 or Senior Gallatin-ES Partnership students with the permission of the Partnership adviser. No direct enrollment. Your adviser will contact you with enrollment instructions.

Final Presentations (for all sections): TBA. This meeting is mandatory for all capstone students.
5:00-
7:30pm
MNoakes
ENVST-UA 900.0036551Environmental Studies Capstone Seminar: Urban Ocean Conservation: A NYC Case Study

Prerequisite: Open only to Senior ES majors who have completed ENVST-UA 100 and 101 or Senior Gallatin-ES Partnership students with the permission of the Partnership adviser. No direct enrollment. Your adviser will contact you with enrollment instructions.

Final Presentations (for all sections): TBA. This meeting is mandatory for all capstone students.
5:00-
7:30pm
MJohnson
METHODS OF INQUIRY
ENVST-UA 305.0018739Introduction to Environmental Modeling
This course will be available in Albert soon

Open only to ES majors during the first week of registration, open to all other students thereafter. Prerequisite: ENVST-UA 100.11:00am-
12:15pm
MWBell
GOVERNANCE
ENVST-UA 435.0018741Environmental Regulation in Practice
Open only to ENST majors during the first week of registration, open to all other students thereafter.
Prerequisite: ENVST-UA 100, 101 OR permission of instructor
12:30-
1:45pm
MWKanter
ENVST-UA 485.0019045Environmental Activism: From the Local to the Global
Open only to ENST majors during the first week of registration, open to all other students thereafter.
Prerequisite: ENVST-UA 101 or permission of instructor.
11:00am-12:15pmTRGreen
ELECTIVES
ENVST-UA 305.0018739Introduction to Environmental Modeling
Open only to ENST majors during the first week of registration, open to all other students thereafter. Prerequisite: ENVST-UA 100.11:00am-
12:15pm
MWBell
ENVST-UA 315.0018480Environmental and Molecular Analysis of a DiseaseBIOL-UA 500.001Open only to ENST majors during the first week of registration, open to all other students thereafter.
Same as BIOL-UA 500.001
Prerequisite: ENVST-UA 325 or BIOL-UA 63
2:00-
4:45pm
TKillilea
ENVST-UA 325.0018730Fundamentals of EcologyBIOL-UA 63.001Prerequisite: ENVST-UA 100 or BIOL-UA 11 &12 or BIOL-UA 13 &14.
Same as BIOL-UA 63.
2:00-
3:15pm
TRSchneider
ENVST-UA 333.0018740Limits of the Earth: Issues in Human Ecology
Open only to ENST majors during the first week of registration, open to all other students thereafter. Prerequisite: ENVST-UA 100 OR CORE-UA 311.5:00-
7:30pm
RVolk
ENVST-UA 400.0016545Ethics & The Environment (Lecture)

Recitations:
ENVST-UA 400.002 6546 12:30-1:45 pm T
ENVST-UA 400.003 6547 3:30-4:45 pm T
PHIL-UA 53.001
Recitations:
PHIL-UA 53.002
PHIL-UA 53.003
Open only to ENST majors during the first week of registration, open to all other students thereafter.
Students must register for a recitation section.
2:00-
3:15pm
MWSebo
ENVST-UA 435.0018741Environmental Regulation in Practice
Open only to ENST majors during the first week of registration, open to all other students thereafter.
Prerequisite: ENVST-UA 100, 101 OR permission of instructor
12:30-
1:45pm
MWKanter
ENVST-UA 450.00217791Topics in Environmental Values & Society: Climate Change and Environmental JusticeSCA-UA 632.001
12:30-
3:15pm
TRoss
ENVST-UA 470.0017874Climate and Society
Open only to ENST majors during the first week of registration, open to all other students thereafter. Prerequisite: ENVST-UA 101 or permission of instructor.3:30-
6:00pm
MSchlottmann
ENVST-UA 485.0019045Environmental Activism: From the Local to the Global
Open only to ENST majors during the first week of registration, open to all other students thereafter.
Prerequisite: ENVST-UA 101 or permission of instructor.
11:00am-12:15pmTRGreen
ENVST-UA 490.00116367Introduction to Urban Political Ecology Theory & MethodANTH-UA 320.003Prerequisite: Environment & Society (ENVST-UA 101)2:00-
4:45pm
RRademacher
ENVST-UA 800.0016548Internship in Environmental Studies
Meets three times during the semester: TBA (last date is the final presentation)

Prerequisites: Open to Sophmores, Juniors, or Senior ES majors or minors who have completed ENVST-UA 100 OR 101.

Once students register for the internship seminar, they will be contacted by the internship supervisor with guidance on how to find an internship and deadlines. They do not need to seek a site before this time.
3:30-
6:00pm
RSchlottmann
OTHER DEPARTMENT OFFERINGS
CourseClass NumberTitleCrosslistRestrictions/PrerequisitesTimeDaysInstructor
METHODS OF INQUIRY
BIOL-UA 4210387Biostatistics
STUDENTS MUST ALSO REGISTER FOR RCT.11:00 AM 12:15 PMTRKillilea
CORE-UA 1056882Quantitative Reasoning: Elementary Statistics
STUDENTS MUST ALSO REGISTER FOR LAB.12:30PM
1:45PM
TRTBA
CORE-UA 1076887Quantitative Reasoning: Problems, Statistics, and Decision-Making
STUDENTS MUST ALSO REGISTER FOR LAB.11:00AM
12:15PM
MWTBA
PSYCH-UA 107244Statistical Reasoning for the Behavioral Sciences
STUDENTS MUST ALSO REGISTER FOR RCT.9:30AM
10:45AM
MWBauer
SOC-UA 3017312
or
8794
Research Methods from Sociology
STUDENTS MUST ALSO REGISTER FOR LAB.9:30AM
10:45AM
or
4:55PM
7:25PM
TR
or
R
Morning
or
TBA
GOVERNANCE
ECON-UA 3536497
or
6498
Public Economics

TR
or
MW
11:00AM
12:15PM
or
3:30PM
4:45PM
Bhiladwall
or
Fan
POL-UA 7006858International Politics
STUDENTS MUST ALSO REGISTER FOR RCT.MW12:30PM
1:45PM
Satyanath
Graduate Courses
FOOD-GE 21004527Food Legislation, Regulation and Enforcement

6:45PM
8:25PM
TFried
FOOD-GE 22834465Advanced Topics in Food Systems: Agricultural Globalization

4:55PM
6:35PM
TSetrini
ELECTIVES
ARTS-UG 1632

Environmental Design and Architecture




Anker and Edwards
ART-UE 198311577Environmental Art Activism

8:55AM
12:15PM
WJeremijenko
BIOL-UA 168780Field Laboratory in Ecology

8:00AM
4:00PM
FSchneider
BIOL-UA 638753Fundamentals of Ecology

2:00PM
3:15PM
TRSchneider
CORE-UA 312
Earth, Life & Time





CORE-UA 203
Physical Science: Energy & The Environment




IDSEM-UG 1740

Bridging Culture and Nature: An Introduction to Conservation Science




Tolisano
IDSEM-UG 1786

Trash Matters




Fredericks and Rosalind
PS-UY 2324W
15902
Environmental Psychology


10:30AM
12:20PM
TR
Wener
SCA-UA 6029175Cities in a Global Context

9:30AM
10:45AM
TRTBA
Graduate Courses
EHSC-GA 10061327ToxicologyBIOL-GA 1006
9:30AM
12:15PM
WZelikoff
EHSC-GA 101017641Weather, Air Pollution, and Health

2:00PM
4:45PM
TThurston
ENYC-GE 20193243Foundations of Environmental Thought

4:55PM
6:35PM
WGray
ENYC-GE 20213244Environmental Politics

4:55PM
6:35PM
RLand
GPH-GU 215317427Global Environmental Health

6:45PM
8:25PM
RBurgie
URPL-GP 26135035Sustainable Cities in a Comparative Perspective

6:45PM
8:25PM
WRestrepo