Thinking about what’s available for Spring courses? Check out our Environmental Studies Spring offerings. Registration starts Feb. 10!
Environmental Studies Courses
ENVIR 100: Introduction to Environmental Studies – Great course for exploring environmental majors. Learn about environmental issues in a local and global context.
ENVIR 200: Communication for Environmental Studies – Develop the skills necessary to engage, analyze, write, and speak about complex environmental issues in a variety of disciplinary contexts with particular values and emphases. Course restricted to Environmental Studies majors.
ENVIR 240: The Urban Farm – Learn about the UW Farm and food production techniques in urban settings.
ENVIR 280: Natural History of the Puget Sound – Explore and understand the landscape of Western Washington and the species that inhabit it. Field trips to the Olympic Peninsula, Whidbey Island and east slopes of the Cascades.
ENVIR 300: Analysis of Environmental Cases – Learn to use data from the social and natural sciences to inform how environmental decisions are made.
ENVIR 480: Sustainability Studio – Focus on how to make UW Health services more green; analyze and visit real-world examples of green healthcare providers.
ENVIR 495 B: Farm Lunch Seminar – Deepen your understanding of urban food systems and learn from weekly guest speakers.
ENVIR 495 C: Socio-Environmental Data Analysis Workshop – Learn how to tell a convincing story with your data and apply methods for data visualization to present your own research data.
ENVIR 495 E: Ethnobiology: Linking Cultural and Ecological Diversity – Learn about the link between biological and cultural diversity, and gain an appreciation for your own cultural biases and the way you interact with the world.