Bachelor of Arts

Environmental Studies Distribution Requirements

 

Distribution Requirements

Courses taken to fulfill the Environmental Studies core requirements CANNOT be used to fulfill the Environmental Studies distribution requirements. 

 
 Distribution Requirement

Course

 

Environmental Science


BES 311 Environmental Chemistry
BES 312 Ecology
BES 318 Hydrogeology
BES 331 Estuarine Science and Mangament      BES 341 Natural Hazards and Human Disaster
BES 362 Introduction to Restoration Ecology
BES 397 Special Topics in Env. Science
BES 460 Water Quality
BES 485 Conservation Biology
BES 488 Wetland Ecology
BES 489 Pacific Northwest Ecosystems
BES 490 Pacific NW Plants in Restoration & Conservation
BIS 241 Nature & the Northwest
BIS 242 Environmental Geography (if not used as a prerequsite)
BIS 306 Marine Diversity and Conservation
BIS 386 Global Environmental Issues
BIS 390 Ecology and The Environment
BIS 395 Environmental Change in WA State
BST 200 Introduction to Climate Science (if not used as a prerequsite)

 Methods & Practices


BES 302 Environmental Problem Solving
BES 303 Environmental Monitoring Practicum (2 credits)
BES 316 Ecological Methods
BES 317 Soils Laboratory
BES 415 Advanced Environmental Measurements Laboratory
BES 439 Computer Model. & Visual in Environmental Science                                    BES 440 Remote Sensing of the Environment
BES 460 Water Quality 
BES 462 Restoration Ecology Capstone: Introduction
BES 463 Restoration Ecology Capstone: Proposal and Plan
BES 487 Field Lab Wildland Plants and Soils
BES 490 Pacific Northwest Plants in Restoration & Conservation
BIS 232 Introduction to Data Visualization
BIS 340 Approaches to Cultural Research
BIS 342 Geographic Information Systems
BIS 343 Geographic Visualization
BIS 405 Environmental Education
BIS 410 Topics in Qualitative Inquiry
BIS 430 Social Theory and Practice
BIS 442 Advanced GIS Analysis and Applications
BEDUC 493 Environmental Education

Society & Environment


BES 302 Environmental Problem Solving
BIS 240 Introduction to Sustainable Practices
BIS 242 Environmental Geography (if not used as a prerequsite)
BIS 244 Wetlands Discovery (2-3 credits)
BIS 282 Globalization
BIS 307 Environmental Justice
BIS 320 Comparative Political Economies
BIS 345 American Environmental Thought
BIS 353 Human Rights Theory and Practice
BIS 356 Ethics and the Environment
BIS 358 Issues in Environmental Science
BIS 359 Principles & Controversies of Sustainability
BIS 386 Global Environmental Issues
BIS 391 Environmental History of the Pacific Northwest
BIS 392 Water and Sustainability
BIS 394 Comparative Economic Development
BIS 396 Topics in Sustainability
BIS 397 Topics in Environmental Studies
BIS 411 Biotechnology and Society
BIS 458 Energy, Environment and Society
BIS 459 Conservation and Sustainable Development
BIS 468 Human Rights and Sustainable Development
BISGST 303 History and Globalization
BISGST 324 International Political Economy
BISGST 362 Contemporary Political Ideas and Ideologies
BISSEB 304 Institutions and Social Change
BISSEB 359 Ethics and Society
 

Environmental Policy & Management


BES 362 Intro.to Restoration Ecology
BES 464 Restoration Ecology Capstone: Field Site Restoration
BES 485 Conservation Biology
BES 486 Watershed Ecology and Management
BIS 307 Environmental Justice
BIS 338 Political Institutions and Processes
BIS 346 Topics in Environmental Policy
BIS 406 Urban Planning and Geography
BIS 415 Public Policy and Law
BIS 419 Urban Politics and Policy
BIS 446 Science, Expertise, and Public Policy
BIS 458 Energy, Environment and Society
BPOLST 492 Topics in Policy Research
BST 445 Political Economy of Energy