Spring 2018

 

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

 8:40
 9:55

 

EESC BC3040
Environmental Law
P. Bower,
D. Neacsu

 

EESC BC3040
Environmental Law
P. Bower,
D. Neacsu

 

 8:40
 9:55
  EESC UN 3201
Solid Earth Dynamics
M. Nettles
  EESC UN 3201
Solid Earth Dynamics
M. Nettles
 
8:40
11:30
        EESC BC3013
Shorelines & Streams
P. Bower
10:10
12:00
  EESC BC3012
Brownfields
P. Bower, S. Rodriguez
  EESC BC3012
Brownfields
P. Bower, S. Rodriguez
 
9:10
10:30
  SDEV W3355
Climate Change and Law**
M. Gerrard
  SDEV W3355
Climate Change and Law**
M. Gerrard
 
10:10
11:25
EESC UN2100
Earth's Environmental Systems: The
Climate System
G. Winkler,
M. Ting
ECON BC3039
Environmental & Natural Resources
B. Archibong
EESC UN2100
Earth's Environmental Systems: The
Climate System
G. Winkler,
M. Ting
ECON BC3039
Environmental & Natural Resources
B. Archibong
 
10:10
11:25
EESC UN1011
Earth Origin, Evolution, Processes, Future
S. Rodriguez
  EESC UN1011
Earth Origin, Evolution, Processes, Future
S. Rodriguez
   

1:10
4:00

  EESC W1011
Earth Origin, Evolution, Processes, Future
LAB (choose 1)
  EESC W1011
Earth Origin, Evolution, Processes, Future
LAB (choose 1)
 

1:10
3:40

 

EESC BC3026
Bird, Plant and Land-use Dynamics
T. Maenza-Gmelch

 

 

 

1:10
2:25

EESC UN2300
Earth's Environmental Systems: Life Systems
N. Boelman
SDEV W3310
Ethics of Sustainable Development
A. Gondek
EESC UN2300
Earth's Environmental Systems: Life Systems
N. Boelman
SDEV W3310
Ethics of Sustainable Development
A. Gondek
 

1:10
2:25

URBS UN3464
Urban Ecology &
Grand Infrastructre
S. Yildiz

 

URBS UN3464
Urban Ecology &
Grand Infrastructre
S. Yildiz

 

 
2:10
4:00
SDEV UN3410
Urbanization & Sustainability
E. Sclar
ANTH UN3888
Ecocriticism for the End Times
M. Ivy
  ANTH UN3888
Ecocriticism for the End Times
M. Ivy
 
2:40
3:55
SDEV W3390
GIS for Sustainable Development
F. Mendeloff
EESC UN2200
Earth's Environmental
Systems--The
Solid Earth
S. Hemming,
S. Goldstein
SDEV W3390
GIS for Sustainable Development
F. Mendeloff
EESC UN2200
Earth's Environmental
Systems--The
Solid Earth
S. Hemming,
S. Goldstein
 
4:00
5:00
    SDEV W3390
GIS for Sustainable Development LAB
F. Mendeloff
   
4:10
6:00
    URBS V3993
The Built Environment
A. Passell
EESC BC3801
Senior Research Seminar II
M. Stute
et. al.
 
   4:10
   5:25
 

SDEV UN3450
Spatial Analysis for Sustainable Development
G. Graziosi

  SDEV UN3450
Spatial Analysis for Sustainable Development
G. Graziosi
 
5:25
7:25
  EESC UN2100
Earth's Env.
Systems--Climate
LAB
  SDEV W3450 Spatial Analysis for Sustainable
Development LAB
G. Graziosi
 

4:10
7:00

 

EESC UN2200x
Earth's Env. Systems - The Solid Earth System
LAB

EESC UN2310
Earth's Env.
Systems--Life Systems
LAB (3 sections)

EESC UN2310
Earth's Env.
Systems--Life Syst. LAB (No Seniors) (2 sections)

 

6:10
7:25

 

URBS UN2200
Intro. to GIS Methods
B. Huff

 

URBS UN2200
Intro. to GIS Methods
B. Huff

 

7:00
9:00
        EESC UN1010
Field Excursion to Death Valley
(Spring Break)*
N. Christie-Blick

7:10
8:25

EAEE V4009
GIS-Research Environmental Infrastructure Mgt.
Y. Gorokhovich
       
7:10
8:25
  EESC UN3010*
Field Geology
(Spring Break)
S. Goldstein
     

8:40
9:55

EAEE E4009
GIS-Research Environ Infrastruct Mgt LAB*****
(choose one)
  EAEE E4009
GIS-Research Environ Infrastruct Mgt LAB*****
(choose one)
   

Additional information to be announced:
*EESC UN1010, Field Excursion to Death Valley—open to First-Year and Sophomores only—meets January 19 - March 2, followed by Spring Break Field Trip, March 10-17, 2018. Apply by Friday, November 10. (See http://eesc.columbia.edu/courses/v1010/ for details).
*EESC UN3010, Field Geology, also includes a Spring Break Field Trip, requires upper level prerequisites, instructor’s permission and has closed applications.
**The Following courses require permission, contact Carli Shimkus @ cshimkus@ei.columbia.edu: SDEV W3355, Climate Change & Law, SDEV W3390, GIS for Sustainable Development, SDEV UN3410, Urbanization & Sustainability, SDEV UN3450, Spatial Analysis for Sustainable Development.
***EAEE E4009, GIS-Research Enviro. Infrastructure Management, Y. Gorokhovich is open to Barnard students—to be added to the Directory. Let us know if you have trouble enrolling.
N.B. Be advised that some courses, particularly upper-level, graduate-level, and Engineering (EAEE) courses have pre-requisites. You may wish to consult the catalogue, your adviser, or the department to make sure that you have completed the pre-requisites before finalizing your program. Courses in Environmental Health (EHSC) are held at the School of Public Health campus and, with the exception of P6300, have a prerequisite of 2 years of Chemistry, 1 year of Biology and calculus. To enroll in any International Affairs (SIPA) class, you will need to receive prior approval from Dean Youngblood Giles in the Dean of Studies Office, 105 Milbank. Please check the Directory of Classes for additional information from Anthropology, Economics, Political Science, Sustainability, and Urban Studies or any updates we may forward to you.

                                                                                                                                                                                      Updated 11/10/17