Courses

Classes that fulfill the area requirements in ETP.

I. Values, Culture, and History

The following courses satisfy the requirement for one course in this area.

AAS 3250 - MotherLands: Landscapes of Hunger, Futures of Plenty

AMST 2711 - American Environmental History

ANTH 3100 - Indigenous Landscapes

ANTH 2850 - American Material Culture 

ANTH 2890 - Unearthing the Past

ANTH 3130 - Disease, Epidemics and Society

ANTH 3240 - The Anthropology of Food

ANTH 3340 - Ecology and Society: An Introduction to the New Ecological Anthropology 

ANTH 3580 - Science and Culture

ANTH 3685 - Austronesia: World of Islands

ANTH 3870 - Archaeology of Virginia 

ANTH 3880 - African Archaeology

ANTH 3885 - Archaeology of Europe

ANTH 3890 - Archaeology of the American Southwest

ANTH 4060 - People, Culture and Environment of Southern Africa

ANTH 5590 - The Nature of Nature

ENAM 3160 - Realism and Naturalism in America

ENAM 4500 - American Natures 

ENMC 3500 - Jungle Stories 

ENSP 3559 - Plants and Empire

ENSP 3500 - Climate Fiction

ETP 2020 - Global Sustainability

ETP 3220 - Uranium and the American West

ETP 3870 - Framing the Environment: Literary, Critical, and Philosophical Responses to Nature

ETP 4810 - Class Race & the Environment

HIAF 3112 - African Environmental History

HILA 4511 - Environmental History of Latin America

HIST 2210 or GSGS 2210 - Epidemics, Pandemics, and History 

HIUS 2711 - American Environmental History

HIST 3112 - Ecology and Globalization in the Age of European Expansion 

HIST 4501 - Modern Environmental History

HIST 4501 - Water, Development, Global History

MDST 3584 - Screening Nature

MDST 4210 - Global Environmental Media

MESA 3110 - Sustainable Environments Middle East and South Asia (Spring 19) Farmer

MUSI 3400 - Eco-Acoustics 

PHIL 2500 - Environmental Ethics

PHIL 2500 - Animal Minds

PHIL 3652 - Animals and Ethics

PHYS 1090 - Galileo and Einstein

RELC 3795 - Theology, Spirituality and Ethics of Sustainability

RELG 3820 - Global Ethics & Climate Change

II. Policy, Planning, and Society

The following courses satisfy the requirement for one course in this area.

ECON 4430 - Environmental Economics 

ECON 3559 - Economics of Sustainability and the Environment 

ETP 3220 or CHEM 3220 - Uranium and the American West 

ETP 3860 - The Business of Saving Nature

ETP 4810 or PLAP 4810 - Class, Race, and the Environment 

EVSC 4030 - Environmental Policymaking in the United States 

EVSC 4040 - Climate Change: Science, Markets & Policy

EVSC 3020 - GIS Methods

EVSC 4070 - Advanced GIS

PLAD 2500 - Politics, Poverty and Health 

PLAP 3160 - Politics of Food 

PLAP 4500 - GIS in the Social Sciences 

PLCP 4500 - Politics of Air Pollution 

PLCP 3500 - Environmental Politics in China 

SOC 2630 - Environment & Society 

III. Natural Science

The following courses satisfy the requirement for two courses in this area.

Any two 3-credit Environmental Science courses at the 3000-, 4000- or 5000-level 

One 3-credit Environmental Science course at the 3000- 4000- or 5000-level plus a second course from the following list. 

BIOL 3450 - Biodiversity and Conservation 

BIOL 3020 - Evolution and Ecology

BIOL 4090 - Environmental Public Health

BIOL 3660 - Marine Biology and Coral Reef Ecology in San Salvador 

EVSC 2800 - Fundamentals of Geology