GUR Strand 1

Understanding Human-Environment Interactions Course Schedule

Course Details - 13 Total Credits
Class  Instructor  Days  Time Credits GUR Quarter
Environmental Studies 201 Michael Medler TR 2 - 3:50 p.m. 3 QSR Fall
Seminar 101 Zander Albertson F 3 - 4:50 p.m. 2 Elective Fall
Environmental Studies 203 Michael Medler MWF
11 - 11:50 a.m.
3 - 4:50 p.m.
4 LSCI Winter
Environmental Studies 204 David Rossiter TR 11 a.m. - 12:50 p.m. 4 SSC Spring

Total Credits = 13

Strand 1 Course Descriptions

Title: Understanding Environmental Data and Information
Instructor: Michael Medler
Credits: 3, QSR 
CRN: 44133

This class will help students navigate the complicated intersection of peer-reviewed scientific literature and the popular news media outlets that often report on environmental research and news. The intention of the class is to introduce the basic logical, statistical, and analytical tools necessary for broad participation in environmental fields including both physical and social sciences.

ALEKS Math Placement Assessment (MPA) score of 55, or appropriate transfer credit required.

Title: Perspectives On Learning
Instructor: Zander Albertson
Credits: 2, Elective
CRN: 41749

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.

Title: Physical Geography
Instructor: Michael Medler
Credits: 4, LSCI
CRN: 23587

Principles and techniques in analysis of areal distribution in the natural environment; landforms, water, climate, soils, vegetation.

Title: Human Geography
Instructor: David Rossiter
Credits: 4, 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.

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