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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 Winter quarter Quarters  
Last Updated Status Program Title F W S Sig Req'd
02.03.2006 CANCELLED Innovations in Environmental Policy   W S Yes
    Marine Life: Marine Organisms and Their Environments   W S  
      Program offerings beginning Spring quarter Quarters  
Last Updated Status Program Title F W S Sig Req'd
    Animal Behavior     S Yes
09.26.2006 NEW Energy Matters     S  
    Environmental Conflicts     S  
05.31.2006 CANCELLED Forest Ecology and Forest Management in the Pacific Northwest: From Genes to Global Warming     S  
10.24.2006 NEW Ornithology     S Yes
    The Practice of Sustainable Agriculture     S Yes
    Protected Areas     S  
    Restoring Landscapes     S  
    Sustainable Futures: Moving Into the Post- Petroleum Age     S  
06.15.2006 NEW, Revised Writing on the Wild Side     S  
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