Master of Environmental Studies (MES)

Application and acceptance to the program is required for core classes and thesis. Special students may take elective courses. Upper division undergraduate students may take elective courses with faculty permission. All course descriptions and times are subject to change.

Looking for Undergraduate Environmental Studies offerings?

1st Year Core
Title   Standing Credits Schedule F W S Su
graduate Conceptualizing Our Regional Environment (gCORE)

Kevin Francis, Ecology Faculty and Shangrila Wynn

  GR 8 6-10p Tue/Thu F 15
Ecological and Social Sustainability

Shangrila Wynn, Global Change Ecology Faculty and Peter Dorman

  GR 8 6-10p Tue/Thu W 16
Research Design and Quantitative Methods

Dina Roberts, Kathleen Saul and Peter Dorman

  GR 8 6-10p, Tue/Thu S 16
2nd Year Core
Title   Standing Credits Schedule F W S Su
Case Studies and Thesis Design

Kathleen Saul and Ecology Faculty

  GR 8 6-10p Tue/Thu F 15
MES Thesis

Kevin Francis, Peter Dorman, Kathleen Saul, Dina Roberts, Shangrila Wynn and Erin Martin

Signature Required: Winter Spring 

  GR 8 6-10p every other Tue W 16 S 16
Electives
Title   Standing Credits Schedule F W S Su
Environmental Education

Jean MacGregor

  GR 4 6-10p Mon or Wed F 15