Autumn 2017 ENVIR Courses

Thinking about courses for the Autumn quarter? Here are our featured courses:

ENVIR 100: Introduction to Environmental Studies – Great course for exploring environmental majors. Learn about environmental issues in a local and global context. Add a service-learning component for 5 cr.

ENVIR 239: Sustainable Choices, Broad Impacts – Present frameworks of sustainability and learn about the history of sustainability. Experience sustainability in action and learn how your personal choices impact the world. This course is a featured course on the College of the Environment‘s site. Check out the video to get a taste of this unique class!

ENVIR 250: Research Methods in Environmental Studies – Get experience with data collection, through an environmental lens.

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 440: Environmental Pedagogy – Develop the tools for teaching environmental issues in immersive and inspiring settings.