Global Assessment-Remote Sensing
Disasters and Development
Disasters and Development
Course days and times may change. Additional courses will be added to this list, so please check the Directory of Classes and the Environmental Science Department website.
*Has LAB with same course number—see schedule for time.
SDEV UN3366, Energy Law will include a one-hour recitation and will be scheduled prior to the start of classes. Register via waitlist, priority to Sustainable Development students, so write to instructor if you are an Environment and Sustainability major.
As of 4/6/20, E3B and Earth and Environmental Engineering classes have not yet posted Fall 2020 classes.
Field Excursion to
Additional information to be announced:
*EESC UN1900 (formerly UN1010), Field Excursion to Eastern Sierra—open to First-Year and Sophomores only—meets January - March, followed by Spring Break Field Trip, March 14-21, 2020. Apply by Mon, Nov 18. (See https://eesc.columbia.edu/news-events/news/geological-excursion-eastern-sierras-california). Student Fee covers some costs: $450.
*EESC UN3010, Field Geology: Barbados with Steve Goldstein—now 3 pts.--also includes a Spring Break Field Trip, preference to Environmental Majors, requires upper level prerequisites (2100 or 2200), instructor’s permission and email interest to apply to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. Deadline: November 15, 2020. Student fee to cover a portion of the costs: approx.. $800.
**SDEV courses have limits in size and priority is given to Columbia Sustainability Majors. All students enroll via a waitlist. SDEV UN2300, Challenges to Sust Development, L. Dale, select recitation: M: 3:10-4, T 6:10-7, W 12:10-1, or F 1:10-2
***EAEE E4009, GIS-Research Enviro. Infrastructure Management, Y. Gorokhovich is open to Barnard students. Let us know if you have trouble enrolling. N.B. Some courses, particularly upper-level, graduate-level, and Engineering (EAEE) courses have pre-requisites.
Consult the catalogue, your adviser, or the dept to ensure you’ve completed pre-requisites before finalizing your program. Courses in Environmental Health (EHSC) held at the School of Public Health campus, with the exception of P6300, have prerequisite of 2 years of Chemistry, 1 year of Biology and calc. To enroll in any International Affairs (SIPA) class, you prior approval from Dean Youngblood Giles at Beyond Barnard. Check the Directory of Classes for more infor from Anthropology, Economics, Political Science, Sustainability, and Urban Studies or any updates we may forward to you.