Department of Environmental Sciences

Courses

 COURSE DESCRIPTIONS AND SCHEDULE INFORMATION

Spring 2020 Office Hours

Fall 2020 Courses
Spring 2021 Courses

The following courses satisfy the upper level lab requirements:

Fall 2020
EEES 3810-001 Science of Gardening - Scott Heckathorn
EEES 4740 Aquatic Ecology Lab - Trisha Spanbauer, William Hintz
EEES 4910 Directed Research – Various
EEES 4980/6980-001 Microbiol Ecology Lab - Von Sigler
EEES 4980-002 Tree Identification - Daryl Dwyer

Spring 2021
EEES-4650/5650 Geology Field Trip to Texas/Mexico (3 CR) Intercession - Ricky Becker
EEES-4790 Ecology Field Trip to Texas/Mexico (3 CR) Intercession - Henry Streby
EEES-4355 Herpetology lab (1 CR) - Jeanine Refsnider-Streby
EEES 4910 Directed Research - Various

Not all labs run every year, and some require pre- and co-requisites, so be sure to check with the instructor for availability.

  • ECON 3240 will be offered Spring 2021
  • PHIL 3180-WAC is now offered in both Spring and Fall
ENST or ENSC students are required to take these four courses, but you are exempt from the prerequisite courses. For a prerequisite override, contact the instructor. If an instructor is not listed, or is TBA, then contact the department chair to ask for an override after identifying yourself as an ENST or ENSC student.

 

Last Updated: 4/9/20