2 Courses Matching Search "EVS"

Reset Search

EVS101 - Introduction to Environmental Studies (1 cr.)

A one-credit introduction to the Environmental Studies major that explores environmental problems from a variety of perspectives in the social sciences and the humanities. The course introduces the discipline of environmental studies, its value in modern society, and the literature, research, practice and writing typical of other courses in the program. (Fall). Liberal arts.

EVS380 - Sustainable Transportation (3 cr.)

This course offers a comprehensive overview of all transportation modes, including road, rail, maritime and air transportation. The significance and impacts of each mode will be investigated through the lenses of sustainability. Transportation systems in urban areas will be an emphasis. Economic feasibility analysis, policy-making, planning and implementation will be used as critical methods for achieving a more sustainable future in the context of combating climate change. Liberal arts. (Every other Spring). Prerequisites: GEG121 or GEG301, GEG307, or ENV201, or SCM301, or POI.

Search the College Course Catalog

Enter a course number or three-letter course subject to search the College Catalog:

Alphabetical Listing of Curriculum Descriptions by Course Subject

A

B

C

E

F

G

H

I

J

L

M

N

P

R

S

T