GUR Strand 1

Courses

Class
 Instructor 
 Days 
 Time 
 Credits 
 GUR 
 Quarter 
Environmental Studies 202
Jill MacIntire-Witt
TR
10:00-11:20AM
3
SSC 
Fall 
Environmental Studies 204
David Rossiter
TR
11:00-12:50 AM
4
SSC 
Spring 
Environmental Studies 203
Michael Medler
MWF, T
11:00-11:50 AM; 3:00-4:50 PM
4
LSCI 
Winter 
Seminar 101
Zander Albertson
F
3:00-4:50 PM
2
Elective 
Fall 

Total Credits:

13
   

Course Descriptions for Understanding Human-Environment Interactions

  • Environmental Studies 202, Environmental Studies and Sustainability, (Jill MacIntire-Witt) 3cr, SSC, CRN: 44205
    A basic overview of environmental issues in the United States and globally. An emphasis will be placed on environmental and human sustainability in a social science context.
  • Environmental Studies 204, Human Geography, (David Rossiter) 4cr, SSC, CRN: 13862
    This course explores regional patterns of population and settlement across the globe and introduces students to concepts and techniques in the spatial analysis of economic, cultural, and political organizations.
  • Environmental Studies 203, Physical Geography, (Michael Medler) 4cr, LSCI, CRN: 23587
    Principles and techniques in analysis of areal distribution in the natural environment; landforms, water, climate, soils, vegetation.
  • Seminar 101, Perspectives On Learning, (Zander Albertson) 2cr, Elective, CRN: 41965
    Make connections with professors and peers and examine perspectives across different fields of study. Learn to find and evaluate information and collaborate with peers through discussions, projects, and presentations. Explore academic goals, campus resources, and enhance skills for learning in college.

To see descriptions of other courses, see the University Catalog on which you may search for course information using the "binoculars" icon in the PDF viewer (Acrobat Reader).