Course Offerings

Course Offerings

Click below to see course offerings for the Environmental Studies Department during the 2018-19 academic year.

  • Spring 2020 Course Schedule
    It is recommended that you consult the live schedule on Prowl for changes/updates. 
    SUBJ/CRS

    Title

    Time/Location

    Instructor

    Flags/Core

    EVST 1000.01/73499

    Intro to Environmental Studies

    TR 9:40-11:10AM

    Harlan, Tyler

    EXP: Understanding Human Bhv

    EVST 3010.01/73501

    Environmental Policy

    TR 2:40-4:10PM

    Harlan, Tyler

     

    EVST 3020.01/73545

    Sustainable Cities

    TR 1:00-2:30PM

    Seymour, Mona

    FLAG: Writing

    EVST 3020.02/74340

    Sustainable Cities

    TR 2:40-4:10PM

    Seymour, Mona

    FLAG: Writing

    EVST 3998.01/74341

    SS: Urban Planning

    TR 2:40-4:10PM

    Hoffman, Pete

     

    EVST 4001.01/73078

    Env Studies Capstone Seminar

    R 4:20-7:20PM

    Seymour, Mona

    FLAG: Engaged Learning

  • FALL 2019: Course Schedule
    It is recommended that you consult the live schedule on Prowl for changes/updates. 
    SUBJ/CRS 

    Title

    Time/Location

     Instructor

    Flags/Core

    EVST 1000 

    Intro to Environmental Studies

    TR 1:00-2:30 PM

    FACULTY

    EXP: Understanding Human Bhv

     

    EVST 1010

    Intro to Geographic Info Sys

    TR 8:00-9:30 AM

    FACULTY

     

    EVST 1998 

    SS:The Urban World

    TR 9:40-11:10 AM

    Hoffman, P

    EXP: Understanding Human Bhv

    EVST 1998

    SS: Modrn Global Envrmntl Hist

    MWF 12:40-1:40 PM

    Woodson-Boulton, A

    EXP: Hist Analysis & Perspctv

    EVST 1998 


    SS: Modrn Global Envrmntl Hist

    MWF 1:50-2:50 PM

    Woodson-Boulton, A

    EXP: Hist Analysis & Perspctv

    EVST 3020 


    Sustainable Cities

    TR 2:40-4:10 PM

    Seymour, M

     FLAG: Writing

    EVST 3998 


    SS: Agriculture, Food,& Justice

    T 4:20-7:20 PM

    Seymour, M

     

  • SPRING 2019: Course Schedule
    CourseInstructorTime/LocationFlags/Core

    EVST 1000
    Intro to Environmental Studies

    TBA MW 12:40-2:10pm
    PER 121
    EXP: Understanding Human Bhv

    EVST 1998
    SS: Sci, Nature & Soc in West

    Bittel, C

    TR 1:00-2:30pm
    UNH 3304

    EXP: Hist Analysis & Perspctv

    EVST 1998
    SS: Sci, Nature & Soc in West

    Bittel, C TR 2:40-4:10pm
    UNH 3304
     

    EVST 3998
    SS: Environmental Policy

    TBA MW 9:40-11:10am
    TBA
     

    EVST 3998
    SS: World Relig & Ecology

    Chapple, C MW 12:40-2:10pm
    UNH 3304
    INT: Interdisciplinary Connect
    FLAG: Engaged Learning
    FLAG: Writing

    EVST 3998
    SS: Urban Planning

    Hoffman, P

    TR 1:00-2:30pm
    STR 355

    INT: Interdisciplinary Connect
    FLAG: Writing

    EVST 3998
    SS: Sustainable Cities

    Seymour, M TR 2:40-4:10pm
    UNH 2001
    FLAG: Writing

    EVST 3998
    SS: Envr & Economy in China

    Zhang, M TR 4:20-5:45pm
    STR 235
    INT: Interdisciplinary Connect
    FLAG: Writing

    EVST 4001
    Env Studies Capstone Seminar

    TBA T 4:20-7:20pm
    UNH 4802
    FLAG: Engaged Learning
  • FALL 2018: Course Schedule
    Course Instructor Time/Location Flags/Core

    EVST 1000
    Intro to Environmental Studies

    TBA MW 12:40-2:10pm
    UNH 2001
    EXP: Understanding Human Bhv 

    EVST 1000
    Intro to Environmental Studies

    TBA  MW 9:40-11:00am
    UNH 4304
     

    EVST 1010
    Intro to Geographic Info Sys

    TBA  MW 9:40-11:10am
    UNH 3212 
     

    EVST 1998
    SS:The Urban World

    Hoffman, P

    TR 9:40-11:10am
    STR 356

    EXP: Understanding Human Bhv

    EVST 1998
    SS:Scienc, Natur & Soc in West

    Bittel, C  TR 11:20am-12:50pm
    UNH 3230 
    EXP: Hist Analysis & Perspctv

    EVST 1998
    SS:The Urban World 

    Hoffman, P  TR 2:40-4:10pm
    UNH 1866 
     

    EVST 3998
    SS: Sustainable Cities

    Seymour, M TR 2:40-4:10pm
    STR 104
    FLAG: Writing 

    EVST 3998
    SS:Agriculture, Food,& Justice

    Seymour, M R 4:20-7:20
    STR 104
     

    EVST 4998
    SS: American West

    Rosenthal, N MW 9:40-11:10am
    STR 367
    FLAG: Writing 
  • Looking for All Environmental Studies Courses and Descriptions?

    The LMU Bulletin maintains the most complete list of Environmental Studies courses with their descriptions. See all courses.

    The following are examples of current and past descriptions:

    EVST 1000 Introduction to Environmental Studies
    4 semester hours

    The course is an overview of issues in environmental studies from the perspective of the humanities and social sciences. Topics may include philosophical, theological, historical, economic, and/or political analyses of environmental issues.

    EVST 1010 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
    4 semester hours

    An introduction to geospatial and environmental research methods with an emphasis on the use of GSI as an essential methodology for the investigation and visualization of spatial data and multivariate environmental issues.

    EVST 3010 Environmental Policy
    4 semester hours

    An examination of national/international public policies relevant to environmental issues. Course topics may include policies and regulations germane to climate change, water right/access, resource extraction, and biodiversity conservation.

    EVST 3020 Sustainable Cities
    4 semester hours

    An examination of the challenges of and potential solutions to the sustainability of socioeconomic, environmental, and ecological systems associated with historic, contemporary, and future urbanization. Course topics include an analysis of the sustainability of historic and contemporary cities, the consideration of sustainable alternatives associated with such trends as New Urbanism, and the potential for alternative urban policies and practices designed to foster sustainability.
    University Core fulfilled: Flag: Writing.

    EVST 4001 Environmental Studies Capstone Seminar
    4 semester hours

    A capstone seminar in which student groups will bring to bear the multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary perspectives they have developed in the minor by analyzing a local Environmental Impact Report (EIR) or similar local development issue.
    EVST seniors only or by consent of Director.
    University Core fulfilled: Flag: Engaged learning