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Operator: 410-543-6000

Nelson, William

Program Specialist, Environmental Studies
ENVR House (EN) Room 1
410-543-8105 or ext 38105
wanelsonsalisburyedu



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2014 Spring

  • ENVR 102-002 INTRO TO SUSTAINABILITY
    Experimental examination of the effects of human activities on the environment. Field trips may include aquaculture facilities, commercial fishing operations, factory farms (of both plants and animals), organic farms, large-scale composting operations, sewage treatment plants, pine plantations, chip mills and power plants. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IVB (Prior to Fall 2008: IIIB).
  • ENVR 480-001 INTERNSHIP IN ENVIRO STUDIES
    Provides opportunities to apply theory, principles and knowledge within a practical experience in a local, state, federal or private organization. Major paper and journal required. Prerequisite: Written permission of environmental studies advisor. Eight hours a week for 14 weeks or equivalent.
  • ENVR 495-004 ENVIRONMENTAL FIELD STUDIES
    Field course taught abroad or in a remote setting within the United States. Particular attention to the interdisciplinary environmental issues associated with the particular location in which the field study occurred, from a primarily humanistic or social science perspective. Credit variable depending upon the course. May be taken twice for different field courses. Prerequisite: sophomore standing. Variable hours per week.
  • IDIS 280-450 SPECIAL TOPICS IN INTERDIS ST
    Interdisciplinary seminar with content varying semester to semester. May be repeated under different titles for a maximum of six hours. One to six hours per week.

2014 Summer I

  • ENVR 480-001 INTERNSHIP IN ENVIRO STUDIES
    Provides opportunities to apply theory, principles and knowledge within a practical experience in a local, state, federal or private organization. Major paper and journal required. Prerequisite: Written permission of environmental studies advisor. Eight hours a week for 14 weeks or equivalent.
  • ENVR 495-001 ENVIRONMENTAL FIELD STUDIES
    Field course taught abroad or in a remote setting within the United States. Particular attention to the interdisciplinary environmental issues associated with the particular location in which the field study occurred, from a primarily humanistic or social science perspective. Credit variable depending upon the course. May be taken twice for different field courses. Prerequisite: sophomore standing. Variable hours per week.

2014 Fall

  • ENVR 102-450 INTRO TO SUSTAINABILITY
    Experimental examination of the effects of human activities on the environment. Field trips may include aquaculture facilities, commercial fishing operations, factory farms (of both plants and animals), organic farms, large-scale composting operations, sewage treatment plants, pine plantations, chip mills and power plants. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IVB (Prior to Fall 2008: IIIB).
  • ENVR 480-001 INTERNSHIP IN ENVIRO STUDIES
    Provides opportunities to apply theory, principles and knowledge within a practical experience in a local, state, federal or private organization. Major paper and journal required. Prerequisite: Written permission of environmental studies advisor. Eight hours a week for 14 weeks or equivalent.

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