Geology and Soils, like GEOL111W, covers the nature of geologic materials, structures, and processes. It likewise covers the processes that help shape the earth’s crust (such as mountain building; volcanism; […]
Forestry Resources introduces students to a wide range of issues that forests face in a changing climate with a growing human population. These interactions between humans and forests are extensive. Humans […]
Dendrology is the study of trees and other woody plants. In Dendrology and Introduction to Tree and Shrub Identification, students learn the taxonomy, geographic range, natural history, ecological relationships, and […]
A student-directed capstone course, Environmental Project asks students to apply the knowledge and skills they learned while fulfilling their Environmental Science degree requirements. In cooperation with their faculty advisor, students […]
Conservation Biology takes an in-depth look at the causes and consequences of the loss of biodiversity. Students examine the importance of biodiversity and the loss of it from a genetic […]
Water is essential to life and many of the processes that occur on Earth. Water Resources and Hydrology takes a detailed look at the occurrence, distribution, and circulation of water […]
Introduction to Environmental Science is an introductory course in environmental science involving an interdisciplinary study of how entities in nature are interconnected. It provides an integrated study of environmental problems, […]
Environmental Sampling and Analysis introduces students to common techniques in sampling and analysis used in environmental data gathering.