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You'll explore the field of environmental studies by learning within and across three thematic areas: Human Communities and the Environment, Natural History, and Environmental Sciences. Students gain knowledge about major environmental issues like public policy, conservation and science, while at the same time focusing on particular areas of interest like eco-design, hydrology, agriculture, and rainforest research. Learn more...
      Program offerings beginning Fall quarter Quarters
Updated/
Status
Program Title F W S Accepts Students Spring Qtr Sig Req'd
Revised
12.14.2004
Advanced Research in Environmental Studies F W S   Yes
Revised
11.21.205
Alternatives to Capitalist Globalization F W     Yes
Revised
02.17.2006
Ecological Agriculture: A Systems Perspective F W S Yes Yes
  The Ecology of Harmful Algal Blooms F        
CANCELLED
04.19.2005
Evolution: Patterns and Processes F W S    
NEW, Revised
02.28.2006
Health and Human Development F W S No Yes
Revised
11.11.2005
Imaging the Body F W     Yes
Revised
11.11.2005
Introduction to Environmental Studies: Land F W     Yes
Revised
11.28.2005
Matter and Minerals F        
Revised
11.14.2005
Public Works: Democracy and Design F W     Yes
NEW
05.05.2005
Symbiosis F        
Revised
05.04.2005
Temperate Rainforests F       Yes
NEW
05.05.2005
Vertebrate Evolution F        
Revised
11.28.2005
Water F W      
      Program offerings beginning Winter quarter Quarters    
Updated/
Status
Program Title F W S Accepts Students Spring Qtr Sig Req'd
Revised
01.06.2006
Advanced Floristic Research   W     Yes
Revised
02.17.2006
Drawing from the Sea   W S No  
Revised
02.28.2006
Indigenous Peoples and Ecological Change   W S No Yes
  Tropical Rainforests   W     Yes
NEW
11.28.2005
Watershed Ecology: From Rivers to Ridges   W      
      Program offerings beginning Spring quarter Quarters  
Updated/
Status
Program Title F W S Sig Req'd
New
02.14.2006
Applied Hydrology     S Graduate elective
New
02.14.2006
Disturbance Ecology     S  
New, Revised
03.21.2006
Field Ecology     S Yes
Revised
02.14.2006
Hydrology     S  
NEW
02.28.2006
Individual Studies at Evergreen     S Yes
  Jefferson's American West     S  
Revised
01.05.2006
Leadership on the Wild Side     S  
Revised
04.04.2005
Practice of Sustainable Agriculture     S Yes
CANCELLED
02.28.2006
Rainforest Research     S Yes
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