Environmental Studies has a strong lineup of experiential learning opportunities with more than six course offerings. Students planning to take more than one ENVIR 495 (same numbered course) should contact advisor for assistance in registering. Just send your email to firstname.lastname@example.org
ENVIR 239, Sustainable Choices
ENVIR 240, The Urban Farm
ENVIR 495 A, Agroecology of Cascadia
ENVIR 495 B, Sustainable Cannabis
ENVIR 495 C, Landscape Change in the Pacific Northwest
ENVIR 495 D, Writing Life and Research
Have you been itching to take Tim Billo’s popular Natural History of the Puget Sound (ENVIR 280) course but stuck because you need more Earth Systems credits and can’t fit it in?
Your problem is solved. Environmental Studies majors can now also use the ENVIR 280 course to count towards an Earth Systems Literacy credit. The course can be used to fulfill your Biological Systems (per usual) OR Earth Systems Literacy credits.
ENVIR 495 – Environmental Innovation Practicum
2 credits, Tuesdays 4-5:50 p.m. | Autumn Quarter 2017
ENTRE 443/543, ENGR 498A, ENVIR 495 (Soon to be ENGR 443, ENVIR 443)
Is the doom and gloom of environmental problems weighing you down? Be part of the solution as a student in this course! Each weekly seminar will inspire you to make an impact as experts discuss the circular economy, water innovation, land use, greening the built environment, and more!