Environmental Studies Course Lists

Pre-Approved Upper-Division Substitutions for ENVS Single Majors

Course Lists

Anthropology

ANTH 110EAnthropology of Global Environmental Change

5

ANTH 110WLand and Waterscapes Entropology

5

ANTH 111Human Ecology

5

ANTH 146Anthropology and the Environment

5

ANTH 161The Anthropology of Food

5

ANTH 173Origins of Farming

5

Biology (Ecology and Evolutionary)

BIOE 107Ecology

5

BIOE 108Marine Ecology

5

BIOE 109Evolution

5

BIOE 112Ornithology

5

BIOE 112LOrnithology Field Studies

2

BIOE 114Herpetology

5

BIOE 114LField Methods in Herpetological Research

2

BIOE 117Systematic Botany of Flowering Plants

5

BIOE 117LSystematic Botany of Flowering Plants Laboratory

2

BIOE 118Plants and Society: the Biology of Food, Shelter, and Medicine

5

BIOE 120Marine Botany

5

BIOE 120LMarine Botany Laboratory

2

BIOE 122Invertebrate Zoology

5

BIOE 122LInvertebrate Zoology Laboratory

2

BIOE 124Mammalogy

5

BIOE 124LMammalogy Laboratory

2

BIOE 127Ichthyology

5

BIOE 127LIchthyology Laboratory

2

BIOE 129Biology of Marine Mammals

5

BIOE 129LBiology of Marine Mammals Laboratory

2

BIOE 139Mathematical Modeling and Data Science in Ecology and Evolution

5

BIOE 140Behavioral Ecology

5

BIOE 145Plant Ecology

5

BIOE 147Community Ecology

5

BIOE 149Disease Ecology

5

BIOE 150Ecological Field Methods

5

BIOE 155Freshwater Ecology

5

BIOE 161Kelp Forest Ecology

5

BIOE 163Ecology of Reefs, Mangroves, and Seagrasses

5

BIOE 165Marine Conservation Biology

5

Community Studies

CMMU 149Political Economy of Food and Agriculture

5

CMMU 186Food and Agriculture Social Movements

5

Earth and Planetary Sciences

EART 100Vertebrate Paleontology

5

EART 100LVertebrate Paleontology Laboratory

2

EART 102Marine Geology

5

EART 104Geologic Hazards

5

EART 105Coastal Geology

5

EART 107Remote Sensing of the Environment

5

EART 109Elements of Field Geology

5

EART 109LField Geology Laboratory

2

EART 110AEvolution of the Earth

5

EART 110BEarth as a Chemical System

5

EART 110CThe Dynamic Earth

5

EART 116Hydrology

5

EART 121The Atmosphere

5

EART 140Geomorphology

5

EART 142Engineering Geology for Environmental Scientists

5

EART 146Groundwater

5

EART 148Glaciology

5

Economics

ECON 170Environmental Economics

5

ECON 171Natural Resource Economics

5

ECON 175Energy Economics

5

Education

EDUC 185CIntroduction to Teaching Science

5

Electrical Engineering

ECE 180JAdvanced Renewable Energy Sources, Storage, and Smart Grids

5

History

HIS 177Smoke, Smallpox, and the Sublime: Thinking about the Environment in the 19th Century

5

Legal Studies

LGST 131Wildlife, Wilderness, and the Law

5

LGST 137International Environmental Law and Policy

5

Microbiology and Environmental Toxicology

METX 101Sources and Fates of Pollutants

5

METX 144Groundwater Contamination

5

METX 151Scientific Writing and Presentation

5

Ocean Sciences

OCEA 101The Marine Environment

5

OCEA 102Oceans and Climate: Past, Present, and Future

5

OCEA 130Biological Oceanography

5

Politics

POLI 114Thinking Green: Politics, Philosophies, and Practices of Sustainability

5

POLI 132
/LGST 132
California Water Law and Policy

5

POLI 174Global Political Ecology

5

Sociology

SOCY 125Society and Nature

5

SOCY 130Sociology of Food

5

SOCY 173Water

5

SOCY 173XWater and Sanitation Justice

5

SOCY 177EEco-Metropolis: Research Seminar in Urban and Environmental Studies

5

SOCY 179Nature, Poverty, and Progress: Dilemmas of Development and Environment

5

SOCY 185Environmental Inequality

5

UCDC

See the Politics Department for more information. Courses need to be approved directly through the Environmental Studies Department following the procedures for non-approved courses.