Environmental Courses

All courses are 3 credit hours unless otherwise marked.

 

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS

Economics

AEC 303 – Microeconomic Concepts of Agricultural Economics

AEC 305 – Forest Valuation Economics

AEC 324 – Agricultural Law

AEC 326 – Principles of Environmental Law

AEC 445G – Introduction to Resource & Environmental Economics

AEC/ECO 479 – Public Economy

AEC 483 – Regional Economics

AEC 532 – Agriculture & Food Policy

AEC/NRE 545 – Resource & Environmental Economics

 

ANTHROPOLOGY

Economics

ANT 225 – Culture, Environment, and Global Issues

ANT 311 – Global Dreams & Local Realities

ANT 322 – Ancient Mexican Civilizations

ANT 338 – Economic Anthropology

ANT 340 – Development & Change in the Third World

ANT 375 – Ecology & Social Practice

ANT 470G – Regional American Ethnology

ANT 532 – Anthropology of the State

ANT 543 – Cultural Resource Management

 

Environment

ANT 240 – Introduction to Archaeology

ANT 241 – Origins of Old World Civilizations
ANT 242 – Origins of New World Civilizations

ANT 342 – North American Archaeology

ANT 351 – Special Topics in Archaeology: Environmental

 

Society

ANT 221 – Native People of North America

ANT 225 – Culture, Environment, and Global Issues

ANT 245 – Food, Culture, and Society

ANT 302 – Ethnographic Methods

ANT 303 – Topics in Anthropology of Food

ANT 311 – Global Dreams & Local Realities

ANT 324 – Contemporary Latin American Culture

ANT/AAS 326 – People & Cultures of Sub-Saharan Africa

ANT 340 – Development & Change in the Third World

ANT 342 – North American Archaeology

ANT 375 – Ecology & Social Practice

ANT 470G – Regional American Ethnology

ANT 525 – Applied Anthropology

ANT 545 – Historical Archaeology

ANT 555 – Eastern North American Archaeology

 

APPALACHIAN STUDIES

Society

APP 200 – Introduction to Appalachian Studies

 

ARCHITECTURE

Society

ARC 314 – HIstory and Theory III: 20th Century and Contemporary Architecture

ARC 315 – World Architecture and Urbanism

 

BIOLOGY

Environment

BIO 303 – Introduction to Evolution (4 credit hours)

BIO 325 – Introduction to Ecology (4 credit hours)

BIO 452G – Laboratory in Ecology (2 credit hours)

BIO/GEO 530 – Biogeography Conservation

 

CHEMISTRY

Environment

CHE 565 – Environmental Chemistry

 

CIVIL ENGINEERING

Environment

CE 555 – Microbial Aspects of Environmental Engineering

 

EARTH & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES

Environment

EES 220 – Principles of Physical Geology (4 credit hours)

EES 341 – Landforms

EES 360 – Mineralogy (4 credit hours)

EES 385 – Hydrology & Water Resources

 

ECONOMICS

Economics

ECO 201 – Principles of Economics I (Required for Area of Expertise: Economics )

ECO 202 – Principles of Economics II

ECO 401 – Intermediate Microeconomic Theory

ECO 410 – Environmental Economics

ECO 473G – Economic Development

ECO/AEC 479 – Public Economy

 

ENGINEERING

Environment

EGR 240 – Energy Issues

 

ENGLISH

ENG 425 – Environmental Writing (ENS requirement)

 

Environment

ENG 339 – Author Studies

ENG 401 – Special Topics in Writing

 

Society

ENG 339 – Author Studies

ENG/WRD 401 – Special Topics in Writing

 

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

ENS 201 – Environmental and Sustainability Studies I: Humanities and Social Sciences (ENS requirement)

ENS 202 – Environmental and Sustainability Studies II: Natural Science and Policy (ENS requirement)

ENS 300 – Special Topics (ENS requirement)

ENS 400 – Senior Seminar (ENS requirement)

 

Economics

ENS 395 – Independent Study: Economics

 

Environment

ENS 395 – Independent Study: Ecosystems

 

Society

ENS 395 – Independent study: Society

 

FORESTRY

Economics

FOR 280 – Forest Policy

FOR 230 – Forest Valuation Economics

FOR 325 – Economic Botany: Plants & Human Affairs

FOR 599 – Independent Study: International Environmental Law

 

Environment

FOR 219 – Dendrology (4 credit hours)

FOR 240 – Forest & Natural Resource Ethics (2 credit hours)

FOR 435 – Conservation Biology

FOR 599 – Independent Study: International Environmental Law

 

GEOGRAPHY

Economics

GEO 231 – Environment & Development

GEO 235 – Environmental Management & Policy

GEO 225 – Geography of the Global Economy

GEO 260 – Geography Development in the Global South

GEO 321 – Land, People, and Development in Appalachia

GEO 442G – Political Geography

GEO 445 – Economic Geography

GEO 455 – Globalization and the Changing World Economy

GEO 550 – Sustainable Resource & Environmental Management

 

Environment

GEO 231 – Environment & Development

GEO 235 – Environmental Management & Policy

GEO 322 – Geography of Kentucky

GEO 331 – Global Environmental Change

GEO 351 – Physical Landscapes

GEO 431 – Political Ecology

GEO/BIO 530 – Biogeography Conservation

GEO 531 – Landscape Ecology

GEO 550 – Sustainable Resource & Environmental Management

 

Society

GEO 231 – Environment & Development

GEO 285 – Introduction to Planning

GEO 321 – Land, Development, & People in Appalachia

GEO 331 – Global Environmental Change

GEO 431 – Political Ecology (enviro & soc)

GEO 485G – Urban Planning & Sustainability

 

GERENTOLOGY

Environment

GRN 250 – Growing Old Today

GRN 585 – Aging & the Environment

 

HISTORY

Society

HIS 240 – History of Kentucky

 

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

Society

LA 205 – History of Landscape Architecture

 

NATURAL RESOURCES & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES

Economics

NRE 201 – Natural Resource & Conservation Management

NRE 381 – Natural Resource Policy Analysis

NRE/AEC 545 – Resource & Environmental Economics

 

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PHILOSOPHY

PHI 336 – Environmental Ethics (ENS requirement)

 

Environment

PHI 300 – History & Philosophy of Ecology

PHI 350 – Metaphysics & Epistemology

 

Society

PHI 361 – Biology & Society

 

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Society

PS 391 – Special Topics in Political Science

 

PUBLIC HEALTH

Environment

CPH 201 – Introduction to Public Health

CPH 320 – Fundamentals of Environmental Health (BPH Majors only)

CPH 320 – Special Topics in Public Health

 

SOCIOLOGY

Society

SOC 302 – Sociological Resource Methods

SOC/CLD 360 – Environmental Sociology

SOC 363 – Environmental Justice

SOC 380 – Globalization: A Cross-Cultural Perspective

SOC 420 – Sociology of Communities

SOC 517 – Rural Sociology

SOC 525 – Applied Anthropology

SOC/ANT/CLD 534 – Sociology of Appalachia

 

STATISTICS

Economics

STA 210 – Introduction to Statistical Reasoning

STA 296 – Statistical Methods

STA 320 – Introductory Probability

 

SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE

Society

SAG 201 – Cultural Perspectives on Sustainability

 

WRITING, RHETORIC, AND DIGITAL STUDIES

Society

WRD 304 – Writing in the Social Sciences

WRD/ENG 401 – Special Topics in Writing

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