2016-2017 Graduate Bulletin

Environmental Science (ENVI)

 

Courses

ENVI 3000 Environmental Law (4 Credits)

Purpose and applications of federal laws pertaining to environmental protection, including NEPA, RCRA, CERCLA, and Clean Water and Clean Air Acts; addresses role of states in implementation of federal environmental laws.

ENVI 3550 Environmental Issues-Colorado (4 Credits)

This course focuses on the identification, analysis and mitigation of landscape-scale environmental issues or concerns, using watersheds as units of study. Emphasis is on field data collection and analysis to answer specific questions or address particular problems.

ENVI 3991 Independent Study (1-5 Credits)

Study of a topic not covered in existing course offerings. May be used for work completed in off-campus internships that focus primarily on the mastery of existing knowledge.

ENVI 3992 Directed Study (1-10 Credits)

ENVI 3995 Undergraduate Research (1-5 Credits)

Original research in environmental science topic under sponsorship of a faculty member; applicable to studies that focus primarily on discovery of new knowledge through application of scientific method.

ENVI 3999 Environmental Science Internship (1-5 Credits)

Supervised internship in a state, local, or federal office or in the private sector. Prerequisites: 15 quarter hours in the environmental science major and approval of supervising faculty. Maximum of 5 quarter hours total.

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