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Courses: Fall 2015 - Civics Track

Environmental Studies Courses  

 

THE CIVIC ENVIRONMENT

Requirement Description

Fall 2015

II. Required Courses

 

ENVI 101 Introduction to Environmental Studies (4)

M/W 10:00-11:50am

MATH 150 Statistics (4)

Multiple Sections

ENVI 370 Theories of Nature (4)

N/A

III. Distribution Courses

 

Take one course from each area:

 

Natural Sciences

 

BIOL 110 Environmental Biology, LE (3)

Multiple Sections

PHYS 104 Explorations in Science and Society (4)

T 10:00-11:50am Th 10:00am-12:50pm

GEOL 205 Environmental Earth Sciences (4)

N/A

Humanities

 

ENGL 357 Environmental Literature (4)

N/A

PHIL 307 Environmental Ethics (4)

N/A

HIST 320 Environmental History of the United States (3)—offered alternate years

T/Th 12:00-1:15pm

IV. Concentration

 

Take 16 credits from the following courses. Note that ENVI 350 and ENVI 355 will describe different courses each semester, and thus may be taken multiple times for credit.

 

ANTH 377 Environmental Anthropology (4)

T/Th 2:00-3:50pm

ECON 325 Environmental Economics (4)

M/W 10:00-11:50am

ENVI 305 Geographic Information Systems (4)

N/A

ENVI 350 Climate and Society

N/A

ENVI 350B Environmental Movements

M/W 5:30-7:20pm

ENVI 351 The Global Environment (4)

N/A

ENVI 355 Topics in ENVI Humanities and Social Sciences (4)

N/A

JUST 344 Environmental Justice (4)

N/A

PLSC 327 Environmental Politics (4)

N/A

IV. Electives

 

Take 12 credits from this list or from other courses approved by your advisor. Courses from the Concentration list can also count towards Elective hours. Also, students may take up to 3 credits cross-listed with HPW toward their elective hours for the major.

 

ANTH 311 Human Evolution and Archaeology

M/W 12:00-1:50pm

ANTH 355 Indian Peoples in the United States

T/Th 2:00-3:50pm

ANTH 390 Qualitative Research Methods (4)

M/W 2:00-3:50pm

ART 313 Environmental Art

N/A

COMM 336 Public Relations

T/Th 5:30-7:20pm

ECON 253 Macroeconomics—offered fall, spring, and summer

Multiple Sections

ECON 263 Microeconomics—offered fall, spring, and summer

Multiple Sections

ECON 365 Economic Justice

N/A

ENGL 357 Environmental Literature

N/A

ENVI 300F  Outdoor Leadership

F 9:00-11:50am

ENVI 300U Meditation As Environ'l Study

N/A

ENVI 300W Natural Resource Law

N/A

ENVI 301 Field Study: Utah's Uranium

M 12:00-12:50pm

ENVI 340 Topics in ENVI Science

N/A

ENVI 440 Internship

8/19-12/11/2015

ENVI 355 Topics in Environmental Humanities and Social Sciences

N/A

ENVI 360G Utah's Environ Mgmt State

N/A

HIST 240 Making History

W 2:00-3:50pm

HIST 320 Environmental History of the U.S.—offered alternate years

T/Th 12:00-1:15pm

HIST 335 Environmental History of Africa

N/A

PHIL 307 Environmental Ethics

N/A

PSYC 390 Quantitative Research Methods (4)

M/W 10:00-11:50pm

T/Th 12:00-1:50pm

PUBH 320 Environmental Health

T/Th 8:00-9:50pm

SOC 390 Social Research Methods (4)

T/Th 12:00-1:50pm

VI. Senior Project

 

ENVI 405 Senior Seminar (4)