LSEN Fa 2020

 

FALL SEMESTER 2020

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES COURSES BY CATEGORY

REQUIRED ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES FOUNDATION COURSES

COURSE

PRE-REQ/Notes

CREDITS

BIOB 170IN – Principles of Biological Diversity

None

4

ERTH 101IN – Earth System Science

None; Also offered online (section 801)

4

ERTH 201IN – Honors Earth System Science

Honors College

4

GPHY 121D – Human Geography

None

3

STAT 216Q - Introduction to Statistics

C - or better in any 100 (or above) level math course

3

Substitutions for PHL 322

GPHY 329, HSTA 468 or 482, HSTR 467 or 491, LIT 437

3

NATURAL SCIENCE COURSE OPTIONS

COURSE

PRE-REQ/Notes

CREDITS

BIOE 103CS – Environmental Sci & Soc

None

3

BIOE 370 – General Ecology

BIOB 170IN & M121Q; STAT 216 recommended

3

BIOE 427RN – Research in Freshwater Ecology

Concurrent reg. in BIOB 428 or Consent of Instructor

3

BIOE 428 – Freshwater Ecology

BIOE 370 or Consent of Instructor

3

BIOE 440R – Conservation Biology

BIOE 370, STAT 216, and STAT 217

3

BIOO 220 – General Botany

BIOB 170

3

CHMY 121IN – Intro to General Chemistry

C- or above in M 096 or M 097 or placement in math lvl 3

4

CHMY 123 – Intro to Organic & Biochemistry

C- or above in CHMY 121, CHMY 143

4

CHMY 141 – College Chemistry I

C- or above in M 121 or placement in math level 4

4

CHMY 143 – College Chemistry II

CHMY 141

4

ENSC 110 – Land Resources Environmental Science

(Mandatory Fieldtrips)

3

ENSC 245IN – Soils

M 097

3

ENSC 272CS- Water Resources

None

3

ENSC 353 – Environmental Biochemistry

CHMY 121 – 143 + ENSC 245

3

ENSC 407- Environmental Risk Assessment

BIOB 170

3

ENSC 410 – Biodiversity Methods (8 wk class: 8/24 – 10/16)

NRSM 240 or BIOE 370; BIOB 318 or STAT 216; GPHY

284 and BIOO 230 preferred

3

ENSC 444 – Watershed Hydrology

ENSC 110 +ENSC 245 (or equiv. understanding)

3

ENSC 448 – Stream Restoration Ecology

BIOB 170, and either NRSM 240 or BIOE 370, & consent of the instructor

3

ENSC 454 – Landscape Pedology (11 weeks)

ENSC 245

3

ENSC 461 – Restoration Ecology

BIOB 170, and either NRSM 240 or BIOE 370

3

ENSC 466 – Chemical Ecology

BIOE 370 and CHMY 121IN

3

ERTH 212RN – Yellowstone: Scientific Lab

None

4

ERTH 303 – Weather & Climate

ERTH 101; M 151 recommended

3

ERTH 307 – Principles of Geomorphology

ERTH 101 & Consent of Instructor

4

GPHY 491 - 002: Learn to Live w/Wildfire

Consent of Instructor

3

HORT 105 – Miracle Growing

None

3

NRSM 101 – Natural Resource Conservation

None

3

NRSM 102 – Montana Range Plants

Corequisite: NRSM 101

1

NRSM 240 – Natural Resource Ecology

NRSM 101

3

NRSM 330– Fire Ecology & Mgmt

NRSM 101 or NRSM 240 or BIOE 370

3

NRSM 453 – Habitat Inventory and Analysis

NRSM 240 or BIOE 370, STAT 216 or BIOB 318

3

WILD 201 – Intro to Fish & Wildlife Mgmt

None

1

 

PUBLIC POLICY COURSE OPTIONS

COURSE

PRE-REQ/Notes

CREDITS

ARCH 231CS – Issues in Sustainability

None

3

AGBE 337 – Agricultural Law

None

3

BIOE 491 – Human Dimensions of Ecology & Mgmt

(New Course, CRN pending, TR 1:40 – 2:55)

3

ECHM 205CS – Energy & Sustainability

None

3

ECNS 101IS – Economic Way of Thinking

None

3

ENSC 407- Environmental Risk Assessment

BIOB 170

3

GPHY 141D – Geography of World Regions

None

3

GPHY 284 – Intro to GIS Science & Cartography

Consent of Instructor

3

GPHY 291: Sp – Our Digital Earth

None

3

GPHY 325 – Cultural Geography

GPHY 121

3

GPHY 329 – Environment and Society

GPHY 121 or 141

3

GPHY 357 – GPS Fund/App in Mapping

GPHY 284

3

GPHY 358 – GPS Mpping Ser. Lrnng (Multiple themes)

Co-requisite: GPHY 357

1

GPHY 384 – Adv. GIS and Spatial Analysis

GPHY 284 & Consent of Instructor

3

GPHY 402 – Water and Society

GPHY 121 or 141 recommended

3

GPHY 445 – Advanced Regional Geography

Two of the following:

ERTH 101, GPHY 121, or GPHY 141

3

GPHY 491 – 001: Env. Planning & Mgmt Toolkit

Junior Standing

3

HONR 494RA – Mapping the Greater Yellowstone Reg

Honors Program sub for PHL 322

4

HONR 494IN – Wolves in Yellowstone

Honors Program

4

HONR 494 -003 – Studies in World Building

Honors Program

4

HSTA 409 – Food in America

HSTA 101 or HSTA 102

3

HSTA 468 – History of Yellowstone

HSTA 101 or HSTA 102

3

HSTA 482 – Technology & The Fate of Humanity

HSTA 101 or HSTA 102

3

HSTR 207CS – Science & Technology in World History

None

3

HSTR 282CS – Darwinian Revolution

None

3

HSTR 467 – History of Mountaineering

Any HSTA or HSTR Course

3

HSTR 491 – Sp. Nature and Culture in Europe

Any HSTA or HSTR Course

3

LIT 437 – The New Ecofiction

Any 200-level LIT course (heavy reading load)

3

LS 103 – Gateway to Sustainability

None

3

LS 301.002 – Environmental Law & the US Congress

Sophomore Standing

1

LS 301.801 – Science in Cinema (Online Only)

Sophomore Standing

1

LS 491.803 – US/Mexico Borderlands (Online Only)

None

3

NASX 415 – Native Food Systems

Junior Standing

3

NASX 476 – American Indian Policy and Law

NASX 105 and Junior Standing

3

PSCI 210IS – Intro. To American Government

None

3

PSCI 423 – Politics of Development

Consent of Department (see catalog for prereqs)

3

PSCI 471 – American Constitutional Law

Consent of Department (see catalog for prereqs)

3

SOCI 435 – Law and Society

Consent of Department (see catalog for prereqs)

3

STAT 217 – Intermediate Statistics

STAT 216

3

WRIT 201 – College Writing II

WRIT 101

3

WRIT 221 – Technical Writing

WRIT 101

3

WRIT 326 – Advanced Writing

WRIT 101

3

WRIT 376 – Public Rhetoric and Writing

WRIT 101 and Consent of Instructor

3

Updated 3/13/2020 This list is subject to change without notice