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Spring 2018    Fall 2017


Type Status Title Days Time Instructor
Evening Class   IN PROGRESS ENVS 100 - 43448 - Intro to Environmental Science
ENVS 100 INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE (3)
Hours/semester: 48-54 lecture. Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 846 or ESOL 400, or equivalent.
An interdisciplinary introduction to aspects of environmental and natural resource issues and their impact on human welfare. Exploration of causes of environmental issues in a natural sciences, social sciences, business and engineering context. Study of sustainability and potential solutions to environmental problems. Transfer credit: UC; CSU (B2).

M 7:00pm-10:00pm Anttila,C
IN PROGRESS ENVS 100 - 46032 - Intro to Environmental Science
ENVS 100 INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE (3)
Hours/semester: 48-54 lecture. Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 846 or ESOL 400, or equivalent.
An interdisciplinary introduction to aspects of environmental and natural resource issues and their impact on human welfare. Exploration of causes of environmental issues in a natural sciences, social sciences, business and engineering context. Study of sustainability and potential solutions to environmental problems. Transfer credit: UC; CSU (B2).

T Th 11:10am-12:25pm Danfoura,M
IN PROGRESS ENVS 100 - 46033 - Intro to Environmental Science
ENVS 100 INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE (3)
Hours/semester: 48-54 lecture. Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 846 or ESOL 400, or equivalent.
An interdisciplinary introduction to aspects of environmental and natural resource issues and their impact on human welfare. Exploration of causes of environmental issues in a natural sciences, social sciences, business and engineering context. Study of sustainability and potential solutions to environmental problems. Transfer credit: UC; CSU (B2).

T Th 11:10am-12:25pm Danfoura,M
Day Class   IN PROGRESS ENVS 492 - 45445 - Climate Protection Profsnl II
ENVS 492 CLIMATE PROTECTION PROFESSIONAL II (3)

(Pass/No Pass or letter grade.)

Hours/semester: 48-54 lecture. Prerequisite: ENVS/ESTM 491, or equivalent.

Expansion on fundamentals of climate change concepts: science and expected impacts; mitigation and adaptation strategies; metrics for analyzing current impacts, forecasts and results from solution scenarios. Expansion of project management practices, career pathways, leadership, and career development skills, within the context of client site projects in preparation for final report and/or presentation. Also listed as ESTM 492. Transfer credit: CSU.

W 11:10am-2:00pm Miller,S
Day Class   IN PROGRESS ENVS 680SQ - 46205 - Climate Resilience: Community

ENVS 680SQ CLIMATE RESILIENCE: COMMUNITY-BASED APPLICATION II (1)
(Pass/No Pass or letter grade.)
Hours/semester: 8-9 lecture/24-27 lab. Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 846 or ESOL 400, or equivalent.
Further prepares students to engage with their community through reviewing science and policy around water, energy and waste in the California region. Students review climate resilience indicators and learn to use tools and methods including assessments, inventories, and climate action plans. Professional training covers community engagement models through public outreach campaigns and project-based learning in K-12 schools. Transfer credit: CSU.

W 9:10am-10:00am Miller,S
Day Class   CLOSED ENVS 680SQ - 46205 - Climate Resilience: Community

ENVS 680SQ CLIMATE RESILIENCE: COMMUNITY-BASED APPLICATION II (1)
(Pass/No Pass or letter grade.)
Hours/semester: 8-9 lecture/24-27 lab. Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 846 or ESOL 400, or equivalent.
Further prepares students to engage with their community through reviewing science and policy around water, energy and waste in the California region. Students review climate resilience indicators and learn to use tools and methods including assessments, inventories, and climate action plans. Professional training covers community engagement models through public outreach campaigns and project-based learning in K-12 schools. Transfer credit: CSU.

W 8:30am-11:00am Miller,S
Day Class   IN PROGRESS ENVS 695 - 46202 - Special Projects in ENVS

ENVS 695 INDEPENDENT STUDY IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (.5 - 3.0)
(Pass/No Pass or letter grade)
Hours/semseter: 24-144 lab. Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 846 or ESOL 400, or equivalent.
Designed for students who are interested in furthering their knowledge via self-paced, individualized, directed instruction provided in selected areas to be arranged with instructor and approved by the division dean using the Independent Study Form. Varying modes of instruction can be used -- laboratory, research, skill development, etc. For each unit earned, students are required to devote three hours per week throughout the semester. Students may take only one Independent Study course within a given discipline. Transfer credit: CSU.

TBA Miller,S
Day Class   IN PROGRESS ENVS 880SB - 46206 - Environmental Leadership II

ENVS 880SB ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERSHIP SEMINAR II (2)
(Pass/No Pass or letter grade.)
Hours/Semester: 24-27 lecture/24-27 lab.
An interdisciplinary, project-based class that aims to connect students? work with their lives outside of school, communities, and the world at large. Centers on challenging, action-based projects based on both global and local environmental issues, requiring students to think critically and creatively in order to tackle large, systemic, and ongoing problems and achieve measurable results in their chosen project. Continuation and completion of projects started in Environmental Leadership Seminar I, by focusing on connecting with community leaders to invoke policy change to address the environmental issues tackled in their projects.

W 2:10pm-3:25pm Dandridge,C
Day Class   IN PROGRESS ENVS 880SB - 46206 - Environmental Leadership II

ENVS 880SB ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERSHIP SEMINAR II (2)
(Pass/No Pass or letter grade.)
Hours/Semester: 24-27 lecture/24-27 lab.
An interdisciplinary, project-based class that aims to connect students? work with their lives outside of school, communities, and the world at large. Centers on challenging, action-based projects based on both global and local environmental issues, requiring students to think critically and creatively in order to tackle large, systemic, and ongoing problems and achieve measurable results in their chosen project. Continuation and completion of projects started in Environmental Leadership Seminar I, by focusing on connecting with community leaders to invoke policy change to address the environmental issues tackled in their projects.

W 3:35pm-4:50pm Grandy,C
Day Class   IN PROGRESS GEOL 105 - 30410 - Environmental Earth Science
GEOL 105 ENVIRONMENTAL EARTH SCIENCE (3)
Hours/semester: 48-54 lecture. Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 846 or ESOL 400, or equivalent.
An introduction to the fundamentals of Environmental Earth Science including the interactions between humans and the environment in a geologic context. Course emphasizes the Earth system and connections between the geosphere, biosphere, atmosphere, and hydrosphere. Transfer credit: UC; CSU (B1).
T Th 12:35pm-1:50pm Grandy,C
Day Class   IN PROGRESS GEOL 105 - 42940 - Environmental Earth Science
GEOL 105 ENVIRONMENTAL EARTH SCIENCE (3)
Hours/semester: 48-54 lecture. Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 846 or ESOL 400, or equivalent.
An introduction to the fundamentals of Environmental Earth Science including the interactions between humans and the environment in a geologic context. Course emphasizes the Earth system and connections between the geosphere, biosphere, atmosphere, and hydrosphere. Transfer credit: UC; CSU (B1).
T Th 12:35pm-1:50pm Grandy,C
Day Class   IN PROGRESS GEOL 220 - 45674 - Historical Geology
GEOL 220 HISTORICAL GEOLOGY (4)
Hours/semester: 48-54 lecture/48-54 lab.
Origin and history of the Earth and its development through geologic time. The formation of continents and ocean basins and their modifications through time. The evolution of plants and animals as seen through the fossil record. Emphasis on the geologic history of North America. Transfer credit: UC; CSU (B1, B3).

M W 12:10pm-1:25pm Leclere,S
Day Class   IN PROGRESS GEOL 220 - 45674 - Historical Geology
GEOL 220 HISTORICAL GEOLOGY (4)
Hours/semester: 48-54 lecture/48-54 lab.
Origin and history of the Earth and its development through geologic time. The formation of continents and ocean basins and their modifications through time. The evolution of plants and animals as seen through the fossil record. Emphasis on the geologic history of North America. Transfer credit: UC; CSU (B1, B3).

M 2:10pm-4:50pm Leclere,S
Evening Class  Online Class IN PROGRESS OCEN 100 - 30636 - Survey Of Oceanography
OCEN 100 SURVEY OF OCEANOGRAPHY (3)
Hours/semester: 48-54 lecture. Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 846 or ESOL 400, or equivalent.
Selected topics in oceanography designed to provide students with an introduction and basic understanding of the geological, physical, chemical and biological aspects of the world?s oceans. Methods of scientific investigation are used to explain the history, accomplishments and goals of modern oceanography. Transfer credit: UC; CSU (B1).

TBA James,B
Day Class   IN PROGRESS OCEN 100 - 30635 - Survey Of Oceanography
OCEN 100 SURVEY OF OCEANOGRAPHY (3)
Hours/semester: 48-54 lecture. Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 846 or ESOL 400, or equivalent.
Selected topics in oceanography designed to provide students with an introduction and basic understanding of the geological, physical, chemical and biological aspects of the world?s oceans. Methods of scientific investigation are used to explain the history, accomplishments and goals of modern oceanography. Transfer credit: UC; CSU (B1).

T Th 11:10am-12:25pm Stramler,K
Day Class   IN PROGRESS OCEN 101 - 35392 - Oceanography Lab/Field Study
OCEN 101 OCEANOGRAPHY LABORATORY/FIELD STUDY (1)
Hours/semester: 48-54 laboratory/field hours. Corequisite: OCEN 100.
Introductory exercises in geographic and bathymetric maps, statistical and microscopic studies of sediments, waves and sediment transport, bathymetry of ocean basins, ocean currents, tides, estuaries, physical and chemical properties of seawater, coastal erosion, and forms and diversity of marine life. Field trips included. Transfer credit: UC; CSU (B3).

F 1:10pm-3:50pm Stramler,K