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Anticipated Course Offerings

The Environmental Studies Program anticipates that the Core Environmental Courses will be offered according to the following schedule (subject to change).  Courses that fulfill other requirements of the Environmental Studies major are offered on a regular basis.  Please refer to the College Catalog for this information.

Fall 2014
Global Political Ecology (POLS255)
Environmental Ethics (PHIL224)
Aesthetic, Ethical, and Environmental Consciousness: Contemporary Art in an Age of Global Warming (ENVS255)
Topics in Environmental Studies: Chemistry, Energy, and the Environment (ENVS280 B1)
Topics in Environmental Studies: Topics in North American Environmental History (ENVS280 B2)

Spring 2015
Topics in Environmental Studies:  Environmental Archeology (ENVS280.01/ANTH258)
Topics in Environmental Studies:  Green Romanticism (ENVS280.02/ENGL254.01)
Topics in Environmental Studies:  Mining in Wisconsin (ENVS280 C1/CHEM370 C1)
Topics in Environmental Studies:  Politics of Latin America & The Caribbean (ENVS280.03/POLS272)
Topics in Environmental Studies:  Celtic Music & Its (Dis)Contents (ENVS280.04/MUSI200)
Topics in Environmental Studies:  Industrial History of Beloit (ENVS280.05/HIST210.02)
Topics in Environmental Studies:  How to Talk Midwestern (ENVS280.06/ENGL310.14)
Topics in Environmental Studies:  The Culture of Nature (ENVS280 C2/ARTH335 C1) 

Fall 2015
Global Political Ecology (POLS255)
Energy and Environmental Economics (ECON205)
Environmental Biology (BIOL206)
Interdisciplinary Applications of Geographic Information Systems (ENVS258)
Environmental Studies Senior Colloquium (ENVS380)