Academic Degrees & Courses

Degrees

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Courses

Courses available at UW Bothell focused on or related to environmental sustainability are listed below. These are divided into three categories:

Sustainability Courses

Business
  • B BUS 490 Special Topics: Sustainable Business
  • B BUS 550 Global Commercialization of Sustainable Technologies
  • Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
  • BES 302 Environmental Problem Solving
  • BIS 240 Introduction to Sustainable Practices
  • BIS 282 Globalization
  • BIS 307 Environmental Justice
  • BIS 345 American Environmental Thought
  • BIS 346 Topics in Environmental Policy *
  • BIS 356 Ethics and the Environment
  • BIS 392 Water and Sustainability
  • BIS 396 Topics in Sustainability
  • BIS 459 Conservation and Sustainable Development
  • BIS 468 Human Rights and Sustainable Development
  • BISGST 303 History and Globalization
Nursing & Health Studies
  • B HLTH 464 Environments and Health
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
  • B CLIM 320 Impacts of Climate Change
  • BST 445 Political Economy of Energy
  • BST 446 Sustainable Energy

* topics of individual courses vary to the degree they address sustainability

Environmental Courses

 

Education
  • B EDUC 493 Environmental Education
Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
  • BES 302 Environmental Problem Solving
  • BES 303 Environmental Monitoring Practicum
  • BES 311 Environmental Chemistry
  • BES 312 Ecology
  • BES 315 Environmental Chemistry Lab
  • BES 316 Ecological Methods
  • BES 317 Soils Laboratory
  • BES 318 Hydrogeology
  • BES 362 Introduction to Restoration Ecology
  • BES 397 Special Topics in Environmental Science
  • BES 398 Directed Study in Environmental Science
  • BES 415 Advanced Environmental Measurements Laboratory
  • BES 430 Air Pollution and Health
  • BES 439 Computer Modeling & Visualization in Environmental Science
  • BES 459 Compost and Organic Soil Amendments
  • BES 460 Water Quality
  • BES 462 Restoration Ecology Capstone: Introduction
  • BES 463 Restoration Ecology Capstone: Proposal and Work Plan
  • BES 464 Restoration Ecology Capstone: Field Site Restoration
  • BES 485 Conservation Biology
  • BES 486 Watershed Ecology & Management
  • BES 487 Field Lab in Wildland Plants and Soils
  • BES 488 Wetland Ecology
  • BES 489 Pacific Northwest Ecosystems
  • BES 490 Pacific Northwest Plants in Restoration & Conservation
  • BES 491 Undergraduate Research in Environmental Science
  • BES 492 Capstone Research in Environmental Science I
  • BES 493 Capstone Research in Environmental Science II
  • BES 497 Special Topics in Environmental Science
  • BES 498 Independent Research in Environmental Science
  • BIS 241 Nature and the Northwest
  • BIS 242 Environmental Geography
  • BIS 244 Wetlands Discovery
  • BIS 306 Marine Diversity and Conservation
  • BIS 307 Environmental Justice
  • BIS 345 American Environmental Thought
  • BIS 346 Topics in Environmental Policy
  • BIS 356 Ethics and the Environment
  • BIS 358 Issues in Environmental Science
  • BIS 386 Global Environmental Issues
  • BIS 390 Ecology and the Environment
  • BIS 391 Environmental History of the Bioregion
  • BIS 392 Water and Sustainability
  • BIS 395 Environmental Change in Washington State
  • BIS 405 Environmental Education
  • BIS 458 Energy, Environment & Society
  • BIS 459 Conservation and Sustainable Development
  • BIS 468 Human Rights and Sustainable Development
  • BPOLST 583 Issues in Environmental Policy
Nursing & Health Studies
  • B HLTH 464 Environments and Health
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
  • BST 200 Introduction to Climate Science
  • BCLIM 300 Fundamentals of Weather and Climate
  • BCLIM 310 Energy and Greenhouse Gas Management
  • B CLIM 320 Impacts of Climate Change
  • BST 446 Sustainable Energy

Related Courses

Business
  • B BUS 480 Global Environment of Business
  • B BUS 507 Global Business
  • Eastside Learning Center – Business
  • ELCBUS 382 Business, Government, and Society
  • ELCBUS 461 International Environment of Business
  • ELCBUS 464 History and Globalization
Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
  • BES 342 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
  • BIS 232 Using, Understanding & Visualizing Quantitative Data
  • BIS 281 Global Politics
  • BIS 304 Institutions and Social Change
  • BIS 314 Geovisualization
  • BIS 320 Comparative Political Economies
  • BIS 324 International Political Economy
  • BIS 330 Democratic Capitalism in the U.S.
  • BIS 340 Approaches to Cultural Research
  • BIS 362 Contemporary Political Ideas and Ideologies
  • BIS 406 Urban Planning and Geography
  • BIS 411 Biotechnology and Society
  • BIS 442 Advanced Geographic Analysis and Applications
  • BIS 466 Human Rights & Resistance
  • BIS 491 Topics in Policy Studies *
  • BISLEP 301 Law, Economics, and Public Policy
Nursing & Health Studies
  • B HLTH 445 Health in a Developing Nation: Study Abroad
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
  • B BIO 180 Introductory Biology I
  • B BIO 466 Evolution

* topics of individual courses vary to the degree they address sustainability and the environment

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