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Spring 2023 Courses for Revised (2021) BA

Core Courses

Majors take a sequence of core courses: ENST 2813 (Cornerstone), ENST 3893 (Research), ENST 4883 (Seminar), and ENST 4893 (Capstone). They also take 3 hours of ENST 3891 (Learning Community)—concurrently with ENST 2813 and ENST 3893, and one other semester.

This table shows Core courses offered in Spring 2023. If you wish to enroll in ENST 3893, Environmental Studies Research Project, please contact the Environmental Studies Advisor.

NameCRNTimeDescription
ENST 3891/001: Environmental Studies Learning Community42203R, 4:30-5:45The Learning Community course gives Environmental Studies majors the opportunity to enrich their classroom experience, through a variety of activities including structured interactions with other students; presentations on academic and policy topics; workshops on career planning; and environmentally related service projects.
ENST 4883/001: Environmental Studies Seminar44277M, 3:00-5:40Intensive study of interdisciplinary approaches to environmental issues, typically through close reading of major academic works that integrate multiple disciplines. Content will vary by instructor.
ENST 4893/900: Environmental Studies Capstone42205T, 3:00-5:40This course is the culmination of your Environmental Studies major. In your other classes, you learned how to integrate knowledge about environmental issues gained from a range of disciplines. Now you will apply that skill to an environmental problem affecting central Oklahoma. You will work on an interdisciplinary team to learn about a local environmental concern and collaborate with other members of the group to synthesize an interdisciplinary understanding of the issue. You will have the opportunity to help collect and analyze scientific data, work together to propose solutions to the issue, and write a report to present to local community members directly impacted by the issue. Spring 2023 topic: We will continue our work with the John F. Kennedy Jr. Neighborhood Associate in Oklahoma City.

Electives

If you are pursuing the revised (2021) BA, you must take 15 hours of electives: 6 hours from the Interdisciplinary category, and 9 hours from the Single-discipline category. For the Single-discipline category, you must take classes from three of these four groups: Natural Sciences (#NS), Social Sciences (#SS), Humanities (#HU), and Applied Disciplines (#AD).

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Category key:

  • #ID: Interdisciplinary
  • #NS: Natural Sciences
  • #SS: Social Sciences
  • #HU: Humanities
  • #AD: Applied Disciplines
CategoryCourse TitleCRNMeeting TimesPrerequisitesGen-Ed Type
#IDENST 1013: Consumption and the Environment37061MW 03:00 PM - 04:15 PMNoneIII. Social Science
#IDENST 2203: Ecosystem Impacts of Climate Change38455TR 09:00 AM - 10:15 PMNoneII. Natural Science
#IDENST 3743: Biological Invasion and Society43809OnlineNoneII. Natural Science
#NSBIOL 1013: Introduction to Biology14809TR 09:00 AM - 10:15 AMNoneII. Natural Science
#NSBIOL 1134: Introductory Biology: Evolution, Ecology and28045MWF 12:30 PM - 01:20 PMLife science majors only 1124 or BIOL 1134, or permission of instructorII. Natural Science w/lab
#NSBIOL 3463: Water and Ecological Sustainability42734TR 12:00 PM - 01:15 PMJunior standing and English 1213 or Expository Writing 1213, BIOL 1114 or BIOL 1124 or BIOL 1134, or permission of instructorII. Natural Science
#NSBIOL 4463: Lake Ecology44276TR 09:00 AM - 10:15 AMNoneII. Natural Science
#NSBIOL 4573: Conservation Genetics44246TR 10:30 AM - 11:45 AMNoneII. Natural Science
#NSGEOG 1114: Physical Geography16095TR 09:00 AM - 10:15 AMNoneII. Natural Science w/lab
#NSGEOG 3023: Principles of Physical Geography31659Study Abroad (Karl-Franzens Universitat)Junior standing or permission of instructorNone
#NSGEOG 3023: Principles of Physical Geography31658Study Abroad (University of Sheffield)Junior standing or permission of instructorNone
#NSGEOG 4273: Regional Climatology43832MW 01:30 PM - 02:45 PMJunior standing or permission of instructorNone
#NSGEOL 1024: The History of the Earth and Life16263TR 01:30 PM - 02:45 PMNoneII. Natural Science w/lab
#NSGEOL 1104: The Dynamic Earth (Geology for non-Scienc16325MWF 10:30 AM - 11:20 AMNoneII. Natural Science w/lab
  16353TR 10:30 AM - 11:45 AMNoneII. Natural Science w/lab
  23950OnlineNoneII. Natural Science w/lab
#NSGEOL 1114: Physical Geology for Science and Engineeri23522MW 03:00 PM - 04:15 PMEquivalent knowledge of high school chemistry, algebra and trigonometryII. Natural Science w/lab
  30648TR 01:30 PM - 02:45 PMEquivalent knowledge of high school chemistry, algebra and trigonometryII. Natural Science w/lab
#NSGEOL 3013: Geology of Oklahoma44025TR 10:30 AM - 11:45 AMJunior standing or permission of instructorII. Natural Science
#NSGEOL 3033: Earth Resources & the Environment42619TR 10:30 AM - 11:45 AMJunior standing or permission of instructorII. Natural Science
#NSMETR 1014: Introduction to Weather and Climate16100TR 01:30 PM - 02:45 PMNoneII. Natural Science w/lab
  16108OnlineNoneII. Natural Science w/lab
#NSMETR 4553: Climate and Renewable Energy22711TR 08:30 AM - 09:45 AMJunior standingNone
#SSANTH 1913: Plagues and People: Health and Disease in38535TR 12:00 PM - 01:15 PMNoneIII. Social Science
#SSANTH 3203: Introduction to Biological Anthropology43993MW 01:30 PM - 02:45 PMSophomore standing or 3 credit hours in ANTH or concurrent enrollment in 3 credit hours of ANTH or permission of the instructorNone
  44154TR 10:30 AM - 11:45 AMSophomore standing or 3 credit hours in ANTH or concurrent enrollment in 3 credit hours of ANTH or permission of the instructorNone
#SSGEOG 1103: Human Geography16058MW 10:30 AM - 11:20 AMNoneIV. Western Culture
  23523TR 10:30 AM - 11:20 AMNoneIV. Western Culture
  40547OnlineNoneIV. Western Culture
#SSGEOG 1203: Global Environmental Issues29330MWF 12:30 PM - 01:20 PMNoneIII. Social Science
#SSGEOG 3233: Principles of Sustainability31657Study AbroadJunior standing or permission of instructorNone
#SSGEOG 3243: Principles of Economic Geography31656Study AbroadJunior standing or permission of instructorNone
#SSGEOG 3253: Environmental Conservation39942OnlineNoneIII. Social Science
  41304Study AbroadNoneIII. Social Science
#SSGEOG 3443: Environment and Society41305Study AbroadNoneIII. Social Science
  26033TR 12:00 PM - 01:15 PMJunior standing or permission of instructorIII. Social Science
  35377MW 03:00 PM - 04:15 PMJunior standing or permission of instructorIII. Social Science
#SSGEOG 4343: Climate, History, and Society41809TR 10:30 AM - 11:45 AMJunior standing or permission of instructorII. Natural Science
#SSGEOG 4423: Environmental Justice43825TR 03:00 PM - 04:15 PMJunior standing.None
#SSGEOG 4943: Natural Hazards38920TR 12:00 PM - 01:15 PMJunior or senior standingIII. Social Science
#HUA HI 2803: Introduction to Native American Art42966MW 03:00 PM - 04:15 PMNoneIV. Non Western Culture
#HUA HI 4853: American Indian Women Artists43058MW 01:30 PM - 02:45 PMJunior standing or permission of instructorIV. Non Western Culture
#HUENGL 3113: Nature/Environment/Science Writing31839Study AbroadENGL 1213 or EXPO 1213IV. Western Culture
#HUGEOG 3843: Gender and Environment38060TR 01:30 PM - 02:45 PMJunior standing or permission of instructorIII. Social Science
#HUHIST 2063: History of Activism44293TR 09:00 AM - 10:15 AMNoneIV. Western Culture
#HUHIST 4553: Environmental History of Latin America43711TR 12:00 PM - 01:15 PMENGL 1213 or EXPO 1213IV. Non Western Culture
#HUHSTM 1113: Science, Nature and Society43674MWF 10:30 AM - 11:20 AMNoneIV. Western Culture
  43675OnlineNoneIV. Western Culture
  43676OnlineNoneIV. Western Culture
#HUHSTM 2423: Social and Ethical Issues in Science, Tech, Environment and Medicine43678OnlineNoneIV. Western Culture
#HUHSTM 3293: Environment and Health43946MWF 10:30 AM - 11:20 AMJunior standing or permission of instructorNone
#HUHSTM 3473: History of Ecology & Environmentalism43688MWF 12:30 PM - 01:20 PMJunior standing or permission of instructorIV. Western Culture
#HUIAS 3193: Environment and Disease Crises in China43855MW 03:00 PM - 04:15 PMJunior standing or permission of instructorIV. Non Western Culture
#HUPHIL 3293: Environmental Ethics42577TR 10:30 AM - 11:45 AMJunior standing or permission of instructorIV. Western Culture
#ADCEES 4243: Water Technologies for Emerging Regions34982MWF 09:30 AM - 10:20 AMJunior standing or permission of instructorNone
#ADCOMM 3563: Risk and Crisis Communication38212MWF 11:30 AM - 12:20 PMCOMM 1113 and junior standing or permission of instructorNone
#ADENST 3203: Sprawl and the Environment43808OnlineJunior standing or permission of instructorNone
#ADENST 3313: Gardening, Community & Environment42620F 02:30 PM - 05:10 PMJunior standing or permission of instructorNone
#AD
GIS 4733: Environmental Remote Sensing36397MW 02:00 PM - 03:15 PMEither a course or hands-on experience in remote sensing, GIS, statistical analysis, computer programming, or permission of the instructor and adviserNone
#ADLA 4103: Introduction to Landscape Architecture42809TR 12:00 PM - 01:15 PMJunior standing AND permission of instructorIV. Artistic Forms