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2015-2016

Courses approved for the EPC minor, 2015-2016

Spring Quarter 2016

EPC Courses:

Department Course # Course Name Instructor Time
ENVR_POL 309 American Environmental History Woodhouse TTH 11:00-12:20
ENVR_POL 390-20 Environmental Justice Harley W 3:30-6:20
ENVR_POL 390-22 Wilderness in American History Woodhouse TTH 3:30-4:50
ENVR_POL 390-23 Apocalypse: Environment, History, Science and Religion in the West Wille MW 9:30-10:50
ENVR_POL 390-24 Topics in Ethno-Biology Suzukovich MW 11-12:20
ENVR_POL 390-25 Special Topic: Environment, Politics and Society Akchurin TTH 11-12:20
ENVR_POL 394 Riding the Tiger or Launching an International Project Davis M 3-5:50
ENVR_POL 399 Independent Study Blair
Additional Courses:
Department Course # Course Name Instructor Time
BIOL_SCI 103 **Diversity of Life Galbreath MWF 3-3:50
BIOL_SCI 332 Conservation Genetics Fant/Wagenius M 3:30-4:20/W 3:30-5:20
BIOL_SCI 347 Conservation Biology Walsh TTH 9:30-10:50
BIOL_SCI 349 Plant Community Ecology Dangremond TTH 12:30-1:50
EARTH 105 **Climate Catastrophes in Earth History Hurtgen TTH 12:30-1:50
EARTH 106 The Ocean, The Atmosphere and Our Climate Blair TTH 9:30-10:50
EARTH 201 **Earth Systems Revealed Jacobson MWF 12-12:50
ECON 370 Environmental and Natural Resource Economics Kiesling TuTh 12:30-1:50
ENVR_SCI 201 Earth: A Habitable Planet Beddows TuTh 2-3:20
GEOG 313 North America Hudson MWF 2-2:50
ISEN 230 **Climate Change and Sustainability: Economical and Ethical Dimensions Bradley/Sageman/Kiesling TTH 3:30-4:50
PHIL 268 Ethics and the Environment Kraut TTH 12:30-1:50
SOCIOL 376 Environment, Politics and Society Akchurin TTH 11-12:20

** Recommended for freshmen

For more information about course registration, please visit CAESAR

Winter Quarter 2016

EPC Courses:
Department Course # Course Name Instructor Time
ENVR_POL 211 Food and Society: An Introduction Thistle TTH 12:30-1:50
ENVR_POL 336 Climate Change, Policy and Society Thistle T Th 3:30-4:50
ENVR_POL 390-20 Cultural Resource Management and Environmental Policy Suzukovich MW 10-11:30
ENVR_POL 394-0 Environmental NGOs Davis W 3-6
Additional Courses:
Department Course # Course Name Instructor Time
BIOL_SCI 104 **Plant-People Interactions Russin MW 3:30-4:50
BIOL_SCI 350 Plant Evolution and Diversity Herendeen TuTh 9-11:50
CIV_ENV 361-2 Public and Environmental Health Marcelino TH 11-12:20
ECON 370 Environmental and Natural Resource Economics Kiesling TuTh 9:30-10:50
ENVR_SCI 202 Health of the Biosphere Walsh TuTh 12:30-1:50
GEOG 211 **World Biogeography Hudson MWF 1-1:50
GEOG 312 Geography of Chicago and Its Region Hudson TuTh 12:30-1:50
HISTORY 255-3 Background to African Civilization and Culture: 1875-1994 Glassman MWF 1-1:50
ISEN 220 **Introduction to Energy Systems for the 21st Century Chung MWF 1-1:50

** Recommended for freshmen

For more information about course registration, please visit CAESAR

Fall Quarter 2015

EPC Courses:
Department Course # Course Name Instructor Time
ENVR_POL 212 Environment and Society Thistle TTH 12:30-1:50
ENVR_POL 311 Food, Politics and Society Thistle T Th 3:30-4:50
ENVR_POL 390-20 Bugs, Botanicals and the British Empire, 1500-1850 Wille MW 12:30-1:50 PM
ENVR_POL 390-22 U.S. Environmental Law and Policy Harley TH 3:30-6:20
Additional Courses:
Department Course # Course Name Instructor Time
ANTHRO 312 Human Population Biology Miller MW 11-12:20
BIOL_SCI 103 ** Diversity of Life Galbreath MWF 3-3:50
CIV_ENV 368 Sustainability: Issues & Actions Near and Far Gray Tu 3:30 - 6:30PM
EARTH 203 Earth System History Klapper MWF 1-1:50
EARTH 342 Topics in Cont. Energy and Climate Change Axford TuTh 11-12:20
ENVR_SCI 203 Energy and the Environment Blair TuTh 2-3:20
GEOG 240 Economic Geography Hudson MWF 10-10:50
GEOG 343 Geographic Information Systems Greene TH 3- 5:50
HISTORY 255 African Civilization and Culture: Earliest Times to 1600 Schoenbrun TuTh 9:30-10:50
HISTORY 300-24 The Evolution of Chicago Binford MW 9:30-10:50
HISTORY 322-1 Dev of the Modern American City to 1870 Binford MWF 8:30-9:20
ISEN 210 **Introduction to Sustainability Masanet TuTh 3:30-4:50

** Recommended for freshmen

For more information about course registration, please visit CAESAR

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