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UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

SPECIAL TOPICS (Fall, 2018)

ANT 400: Water: Culture/power/politics

ART 200: Drawing nature

BIO 400: Biology of marine mammals

BIO 400 Ecosystem ecology lab

BIO 400: Isotopic approaches to global change ecology

CAS 100 Imagining Technology

CIE 400: Urban stormwater management

CIE 400/CEN 400: Environmental risk assessment and toxicology

ETS 421: Cultural production and reception before 1900 - Shakespeare and the natural world

HNR 340 Topics in Humanities Honors: Sustainable green spaces

HST 300: Food in early modern Europe

NSD 200: Demo class - local eating

>NSD 400: South Asia Center: Family, Food, Healthcare

PAF 300: Energy policy

SOC 300: Environmental Sociology

TRM 300: Art and ecology -- Food

CLIMATE AND ENERGY

Courses in ORANGE are offered in Fall, 2018

ANT 349: Climate Change and Human Origins

CEN 455: Materials for energy systems

CIE 551: Energy Conversion

CIE 588: Wind Turbines

EAR 106: Geohazards and Natural Disasters

EAR 110: Dynamic Earth

EAR 111: Climate Change, Past and Present

EAR 203: Earth System Science

EAR 210: History of Earth and Life

EAR 305: Earth Science of Energy

EAR 405: Global Change - Geologic Record

EAR 407: Climate Change and Human Origins

GEO 326: Geography of Climate and Weather

GEO 340: Geography of Oil

GEO 426: Environmental Change in the Anthropocene

GEO 430: Energy, History, Society, Politics

MAE 586: Fuel Cell Science and Technology

PAF 300: Energy policy

PHY 305: Solar Energy Science and Architectures

PHY 398: Junior Seminar - Energy and its Impacts

PHY 498: Capstone seminar in Energy and its Impacts

SOCIAL/HUMANISTIC ISSUES AND POLICY

Courses in ORANGE are offered in Fall, 2018

ANT 400: Water: Culture/power/politics

ANT 459: Contemporary Native North American Issues

ANT 469: Medical Anthropology in Ecological Perspective

ART 200: Drawing nature

BIO 459: Plants and People

CRS 360: Into the Wild - Experience, Nature, and Narrative

CRS 377: Communication, Nature, and Sustainability

DES 201: Design, Culture, and Environment

ECN 437: Environmental and Resource Economics

EEE 450: Sustainable Enterprise

ETS 421: Cultural production and reception before 1900 - Shakespeare and the natural world

FST 309: Philosophy and Practice of Locavorism

FST 402 Feeding the CIty

FST 403: The Human Right to Adequate Food and Nutrition

GEO 103: Environment and Society

GEO 171: Human Geographies

GEO 203: Society and the Politics of Nature

GEO 360: Sustainability Science and Policy

GEO 422: Water - Environment, Society and Politics

GEO 347/HOA 482: Art and Environment in American Culture since 1800

GEO 353: Geographies of Environmental Justice

GEO 354/HST354: American Environmental History and Geography

GEO 358: Animals and Society

GEO 374: Environment and Development in the Global South

GEO 422: Water, Environment, Society, Politics

GEO 430: Energy, History, Society, Politics

GEO 434: Pursuing Sustainability Policy

GEO 485: Community Geography

GEO 537: Environmental Policy in a Development Context

HNR 340 Topics in Humanities Honors: Sustainable green spaces

HST 300: Food in early modern Europe

IDS 577: Industrial Design - Philosophy and Ethics

MES 367: Oil, Water and War

NEU 348: Religion and American Consumerism

PAF 300: Energy policy

PAF 451: Environmental Policy

PHI 394: Environmental Ethics

PSC 302 Environmental Politics and Policy

PSC 318: Technology, Politics and Environment

PSC 462 Globalization Development and Environment

REL 253: Religion, Society and Nature

REL 395: Religions and the Natural Environment

SOC 300: Environmental Sociology

TRM 300/500: Art and Ecology

DESIGN AND BUILT ENVIRONMENT

Courses in ORANGE are offered in Fall, 2018

ARC 121: Intro to Building and Structural Systems

ARC 222: Building Systems Design I

ARC 322: Building Systems Design II

CEN 576 Green Engineering

CIE 274: Sustainability in Civil and Environmental Systems

CIE 463: Intro to Sustainable Engineering

CIE 400: Urban stormwater management

CIE 400/CEN 400: Environmental risk assessment and toxicology

DES 201: Design, Culture, and Environment

EDI 148: Environmental Design Issues

EDI 252: Environmental Design II

EDI 353: Environmental Factors

IDS 577: Industrial Design - Philosophy and Ethics

IND 104: Fundamentals of Industrial and Interaction Design

IND 271: Principles of Industrial Design I

SUSTAINABILITY FOCUS COURSES

Courses in ORANGE are offered in Fall, 2018

CEN 576: Green Engineering

CIE 274: Sustainability in Civil and Environmental Systems

CIE 463: Intro to Sustainable Engineering

CRS 360: Into the Wild - Experience, Nature, and Narrative

CRS 377: Communication, Nature, and Sustainability

DES 201: Design, Culture, and Environment

EAR 205: Water and our environment

ECS 354: Green Technology and Sustainability

EEE 450: Sustainable Enterprise

GEO 103: Environment and Society

GEO 155: The Natural Environment

GEO 203: Society and the Politics of Nature

GEO 215: Global Environmental Change

GEO 360: Sustainability Science and Policy

GEO 422: Water - Environment, Society and Politics

GEO 485: Community Geography

BIOLOGY, ECOLOGY, LANDSCAPE

Courses in ORANGE are offered in Fall, 2018

BIO 105 Technology Inspired by Nature

BIO 106: Ocean Life

BIO 123: General Biology II

BIO 313: Marine Ecology Lab

BIO 310: Evolutionary Biology, Religion and Society

BIO 312 Marine Ecology of the Mediterranean

BIO 345 Ecology and Evolution

BIO 400: Biology of marine mammals

BIO 400 Ecosystem ecology lab

BIO 400: Isotopic approaches to global change ecology

BIO 415 Conservation Biology

BIO 428: Capstone Seminar in Environmental Science

BIO 457: Principles of Human Toxicology

BIO 459: Plants and People

CEN 472: Applied Environmental Microbiology

EAR 117: Oceanography

EAR 205: Water and our Environment

EAR 420: Contaminant Hydrogeology

FST 202: Agroecology

GEO 155: The Natural Environment

GEO 215: Global Environmental Change

GEO 314: Hazardous Geographic Environments

GEO 316: River Environments

GEO 319: Cold Environments

GEO 327: Coastal Environments

GEO 455: Biogeography

FOOD SYSTEMS AND HEALTH

Courses in ORANGE are offered in Fall, 2018

FST 102: Food Fights - Contemp Food Issues

FST 202: Agroecology

FST 303: Food Movements

FST 304: Farm to Fork

FST 307: Feeding the World

FST 309: Philosophy and Practice of Locavorism

FST 312: Emergency Food Systems

FST 402 Feeding the CIty

FST 403: The Human Right to Adequate Food and Nutrition

GEO 415: Food - A Critical Geography

HST 300: Food in early modern Europe

HTW 303: Community and Environmental Health

NSD 417: Food as Medicine

NSD 200: Demo class - local eating

NSD 400: South Asia Center: Family, Food, Healthcare

NSD 555: Food, Culture and Environment

ENGINEERING AND CHEMISTRY

Courses in ORANGE are offered in Fall, 2018

CEN 574: Process Design

CEN 461: Environmental Chemistry and Analysis

CHE 109 General Chemistry (Honors)

CIE 341: Intro to Environmental Engineering

CIE 352: Water Resources Engineering

CIE 442: Treatment Processes in Environmental Engineering

CIE 457: Biogeochemistry

CIE 475: Civil and Environmental Engineering Design

CIE 554: Principles of Environmental Toxicology

GRADUATE COURSES

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, DESIGN

Courses in ORANGE are offered in Fall, 2018

ARC 621: Building Systems Design

ARC 623: Advanced Building Systems

BIO 600: Isotope Approaches to Global Change

BIO 657: Principles of Human Toxicology

BIO 659: Plants and People

CEN 573: Principles and Design of Air Pollution Control

CEN 574: Process Design

CEN 576 Green Engineering

CEN 661/CIE 671: Environmental Chemistry and Analysis

CIE 554: Principles of Environmental Toxicology

CIE 561: Air resources

CIE 588: Principles of Wind Turbines

CIE 600: Urban Stormwater Management

CIE 600: Environmental Risk Assessment and Toxicology

CIE 600: Modern Urban Infrastructure

CIE 639: Sustainable Development and Infrastructure Management

CIE 641: Seepage - Earth Dam Design

CIE 642 Treatment Processes in Environmental Engineering

CIE 643: Transportation Engineering

CIE 657: Biogeochemistry

CIE 663: Intro to Sustainable Engineering

CIE 687/EAR 600: Environmental Geostatistics

CIE 700: Water Seminar

EAR 601: Hydrogeology

EAR 605: Global Change - Geologic Record

EAR 607: Climate Change and Human Origins

EAR 612: Water-Energy Seminar

EAR 617: Geochemistry

EAR 620: Contaminant Hydrogeology

FST 601: Seminar in Food Studies and Systems

FST 703: Transnational Food, Health, and Environment

GEO 626: Environmental Change in the Anthropocene

GEO 687: Environmental Geostatistics

MAE 588: Principles of Wind Turbines

IDS 577: Industrial Design - Philosophy and Ethics

MAE 586: Fuel Cell Science and Technology

MAE 658: Building Environmental Modeling and Simulations

MAE 659: Building Materials and Envelope

MPH 603: Principles of Environmental Health

NSD 627: Public Health Nutrition

SOCIAL, POLITICAL, HUMANITIES, BUSINESS

Courses in ORANGE are offered in Fall, 2018

BIO 659: Plants and People

BUA 650: Managing Sustainability

BUA/ECS 651: Strategic Management and the Natural Environment

BUA/ECS 759: Sustainably Driven Enterprise

CIE 600: Urban Stormwater Management

CIE 600: Environmental Risk Assessment and Toxicology

CIE 639: Sustainable Development and Infrastructure Management

CIE 700: Water Seminar

EAR 607: Climate Change and Human Origins

EAR 612: Water-Energy Seminar

ECN 777: Economics of Environmental Policy

ENG 730: Shakespearean Ecologies

FST 601: Seminar in Food Studies and Systems

FST 603: Human Right to Adequate Food and Nutrition

FST 703: Transnational Food, Health, and Environment

FST 706: Gender, Food, Rights

GEO 537: Environmental Policy in a Development Context

GEO 606: Development and Sustainability

GEO 626: Environmental Change in the Anthropocene

GEO 689: Practicum in Community Geography

GEO 730: Political Economy of Nature

GEO 754: Seminar in Environmental History

GEO 755: Seminar in Political Ecology

IDS 577: Industrial Design - Philosophy and Ethics

MPH 603: Principles of Environmental Health

NSD 555: Food, Culture, Environment

NSD 627: Public Health Nutrition

NSD 680: Seminar in Food and Nutrition

NSD 756: Food and Public Policy

PAI 601: Fundamentals of Conflict Studies

PAI 713: Governance and Global Civil Society

PAI 715: Global Sustainability, Public Policy

PAI 719: Fundamentals of Post-Conflict Reconstruction

PAI 765: Humanitarian Action

PAI 775: Energy, Environment, and Resources Policy

PAI 777: Economics of Environmental Policy

PAI 786: Urban Policy

TRM 500: Art and Ecology