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Environmental Studies Courses (2009 - 2010)

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Data Updated: July 13 2009 11:41:48 AM
Rooms ending with "#" start at 1:00 pm on first day of term.

Dept Section CR Div Prereq Course Title FacultyEnr Cap Room
* GEO 1-111 1 L Physical Geology Denniston12 15
* BIO 1-141 1 L Foundations: Cellular Biology Christie-Pope20 21
BIO 1-209 1 L Plant Morphology Condon9 25
GEO 1-217 1 L Invertebrate Paleontology Greenstein8 12
PHI 1-224 1 H Environmental Ethics (Wilderness Field Station, MN) White/Black23 25
CHE 1-225 1 Organic Chemistry I Lecture Ault14 25
ENG 1-350 1 H American Nature Writers Freeman, G.24 25
* GEO 2-111 1 L Physical Geology Walsh20 15
* CHE 2-121 1 L Chemical Principles I Liberko7 7
* BIO 2-142 1 L Foundations: Organismal Biology McCollum11 6
* PHI 2-202 1 H Ethics Leibowitz6 7
ECB 2-223 1 S International Economics Farooqi14 25
CHE 2-225 1 Organic Chemistry I Lecture Cardon22 25
BIO 2-321 1 L Ecology Black18 25
GEO 2-324 1 L Sedimentology and Stratigraphy Greenstein10 12
* GEO 3-114 1 LW Investigations in Geology (linked with SOC 1-101) Walsh0 0
* CHE 3-121 1 L Chemical Principles I Cardon5 6
* BIO 3-141 1 L Foundations: Cellular Biology Nowak-Thompson10 6
* CHE 3-161 1 L Accelerated General Chemistry Strong0 15
* PHI 3-202 1 H Ethics Gray25 15 #
* POL 3-262 1 S American Politics Allin19 21
CHE 3-326 1 Organic Chemistry II Lecture Liberko6 25
CHE 4-122 1 L Chemical Principles II Strong14 15
* BIO 4-142 1 L Foundations: Organismal Biology Black9 6
POL 4-368 1 S Environmental Politics and Policy Allin19 25
* GEO 5-105 1 N Marine Science Greenstein10 10
* GEO 5-111 1 L Physical Geology Denniston2 2
CHE 5-202 1 L Analytical Chemistry Strong29 25
CHE 5-225 1 Organic Chemistry I Lecture Liberko25 25
* POL 5-262 1 S American Politics Allin13 14
* CHE 6-121 1 L Chemical Principles I Nowak-Thompson9 9
* BIO 6-142 1 L Foundations: Organismal Biology McCollum5 6
ANT 6-222 1 S Applied Anthropology (in the Bahamas) Monagan10 25
GEO 6-255 1 L Modern and Ancient Carbonate Systems of the Bahamas (in the Bahamas) Greenstein5 12
CHE 6-326 1 Organic Chemistry II Lecture Ault24 25
* BIO 7-141 1 L Foundations: Cellular Biology Christie-Pope8 6
CHE 7-327 1 Organic Chemistry Laboratory Nowak-Thompson/Liberko/Ault36 37
POL 7-349 1 S International Political Economy Yamanishi12 25
* ENV 8-101 1 Environmental Perspectives Denniston/Farooqi9 10
* CHE 8-121 1 L Chemical Principles I Strong5 5
CHE 8-122 1 L Chemical Principles II Liberko7 15
* BIO 8-142 1 L Foundations: Organismal Biology Black7 6
* PHI 8-202 1 H Ethics Migely24 15 #
GEO 8-317 1 L Paleoecology Greenstein6 12
BIO 8-334 1 L Animal Behavior McCollum15 25
POL 8-346 1 S Political Economy of Developing Countries Thomas14 25
CHE 9-122 1 L Chemical Principles II Strong2 15
* BIO 9-141 1 L Foundations: Cellular Biology Nowak-Thompson4 4
* PHI 9-202 1 H Ethics Leibowitz20 15
* GEO 9-222 1 N Climate Change Denniston13 13
BIO 9-230 1 N Conservation Biology McCollum4 25
BIO 9-312 1 L Vertebrate Zoology Black24 25
BIO 9-332 1 L Plant Systematics Condon4 12
POL 9-367 1 S Urban Politics and Policy Allin17 25

Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
ANT 222 Applied Anthropology 6
BIO 141 Foundations: Cellular Biology 1 1
BIO 142 Foundations: Organismal Biology 2 2
BIO 209 Plant Morphology 1 1
BIO 230 Conservation Biology 9 6
BIO 254 Ornithology 9
BIO 308 Invertebrate Zoology 1
BIO 312 Vertebrate Zoology 9
BIO 321 Ecology 2 1
BIO 332 Plant Systematics 9
BIO 334 Animal Behavior 8 8
CHE 121 Chemical Principles I 2 2
CHE 122 Chemical Principles II 4 4
CHE 161 Accelerated General Chemistry 3 3
CHE 202 Analytical Chemistry 5 1
CHE 225 Organic Chemistry I Lecture 1 1
CHE 326 Organic Chemistry II Lecture 3 3
CHE 327 Organic Chemistry Laboratory 7 7
CHE 333 Advanced Analytical Chemistry 7
ECB 223 International Economics 2 2
ENG 350 American Nature Writers 1
GEO 105 Marine Science 5 5
GEO 111 Physical Geology 1 2
GEO 114 Investigations in Geology 3 1
GEO 217 Invertebrate Paleontology 1 1
GEO 222 Climate Change 9 6
GEO 255 Modern and Ancient Carbonate Systems of the Bahamas (in the Bahamas) 6 6
GEO 317 Paleoecology 8
GEO 320 Geomorphology 9
GEO 324 Sedimentology and Stratigraphy 2
GEO 331 Environmental Geology 8
PHI 202 Ethics 2 1
PHI 224 Environmental Ethics (Wilderness Field Station, MN) 1
POL 262 American Politics 3 6
POL 346 Political Economy of Developing Countries 8
POL 349 International Political Economy 7 7
POL 367 Urban Politics and Policy 9
POL 368 Environmental Politics and Policy 4
POL 371 Wilderness Politics and Policy (Wilderness Field Station, Minnesota) 1
ENV 101 Environmental Perspectives 8

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