M.S. in Environmental Studies

Current Area Offerings -- 2021-2022

Students are required to take at least one 3-credit class from each of our core areas of study, but students are encouraged to take more than one in each area: Scientific Approaches, Policy Approaches, Thought & Writing, and Engagement.

Note: Not all courses are offered every year.

Tentative Courses for 2021-2022

Fall 2021

Scientific Approaches

  • ENSC 501 Scientific Approaches (E)

Policy Approaches

  • ENST 595.01 Environmental Politics & Policies

Thought & Writing

  • ENST 573 Environmental Writing
  • ENST 570 Ethical Issues of Ecological Restoration

Engagement

  • ENSC 501 Scientific Approaches to Environmental Problems

(E) identifies courses that offer projects that may meet engagement requirements

Spring 2022

Scientific Approaches

  •  No offerings at this time.

Thought & Writing

  • ENST 594: Environmental Writing – Visiting Writer
  • ENST 594: Earth Storytelling: Nature, Climate, Resistance

Policy Approaches

  • ENST 510 Environmental Issues of Indigenous Peoples

Engagement

  • ENST 589 Environmental Justice Issues and Solutions

Other Courses

Fall 2021

Environmental Science

  • ENSC 590 Supervised Internship: Native Plant Stewardship & Ethnobotany

Environmental Studies

  • ENST 521 Foundations of Environmental Education
  • ENST 590 Supervised Internship: Program in Ecological Agriculture & Society

UG Level Classes

  • ENST 410 Traditional Ecological Knowledge of Indigenous Peoples
  • ENST 472 Conservation Education

Spring 2022

Environmental Studies

  • ENST 548 Supervion & Teaching: Environmental Education
  • ENST 590 Supervised Internship: Program in Ecological Agriculture & Society

UG Level Classes

  • ENSC 470 Agroecology 
  • ENST 489 Environmental Justice Issues and Solutions