2019-2020 Graduate Course Schedule
NOTE: Graduate classes begin in the week of September 9th.
The 2019 fall term ENV and cross-listed courses are up to date and open for registration now. The syllabi for 2020 winter term are tentative and will be updated at a later date.
A wide range of interdisciplinary courses are available for both the Environmental Studies and Environment & Health Collaborative Specializations at the School of the Environment. The table below includes most recent syllabi for ENV courses, and some cross-listed ones. For a brief course description and full outline of ENV courses, please click on the syllabus icon of the respective course. The descriptions and/or syllabi for the rest of the cross-listed courses can be found on the website of the graduate unit that administers the course(s).
Notice to all students entering and/or continuing the Environmental Studies Collaborative Specialization in 2019-20. If you wish to take the required core course ENV1001H Environmental Decision Making in either fall term 2019 or winter term 2020, please contact, Pavel Pripa, Graduate Student Advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org The registration for the core course is restricted and each student must complete, sign and submit the SGS Add/Drop course form before requesting to be enrolled. The form then must be submitted to the Graduate Student Advisor of the School. You can find the form on the SGS website under the following link: Students Forms. For the location address of each course, please click on the room number allocated for that particular course.
|Course Code||Course Name||Term||Instructor||Schedule||Location|
H = half credit
F = Fall Term (Sept-Dec)
Y = full credit
S = Winter/Spring Term (Jan-Apr)