Apr 24, 2018  
Catalogue 2017-2018 
    
Catalogue 2017-2018 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Earth Science: II. Intermediate

   •  ESCI 290 - Field Work
   •  ESCI 297 - Readings in Earth Science
   •  ESCI 298 - Independent Work

Earth Science: III. Advanced

   •  ESCI 300 - Senior Research and Thesis
   •  ESCI 301 - Senior Research and Thesis
   •  ESCI 321 - Advanced Topics in Environmental Geology
   •  ESCI 323 - History of Geological Thought: 1690-1980
   •  ESCI 335 - Paleoclimatology: Earth's History of Climate Change
   •  ESCI 351 - Volcanology
   •  ESCI 361 - Modeling the Earth
   •  ESCI 379 - Conservation Paleobiology
   •  ESCI 383 - Extinction Events in Earth's History
   •  ESCI 385 - Stable Isotopes in the Earth and Environmental Sciences
   •  ESCI 399 - Senior Independent Work

Earth Science and Society: I. Introductory

   •  ESSC 100 - Earth Resource Challenges

Earth Science and Society: II. Intermediate

   •  ESSC 290 - Field Work
   •  ESSC 298 - Independent Work

Earth Science and Society: III. Advanced

   •  ESSC 300 - Senior Thesis
   •  ESSC 301 - Senior Thesis
   •  ESSC 331 - Gender, Resources and Justice
   •  ESSC 370 - Feminist Perspectives on Environmentalism
   •  ESSC 399 - Senior Independent Work

Economics: I. Introductory

   •  ECON 102 - Introduction to Economics
   •  ECON 109 - Analytical Methods for Economics
   •  ECON 120 - Principles of Accounting

Economics: II. Intermediate

Freshmen may not take 200, 201, or 209 but they may take other courses numbered 200 and above in their second semester provided they have satisfied the prerequisite requirements. 

   •  ECON 200 - Macroeconomic Theory
   •  ECON 201 - Microeconomic Theory
   •  ECON 209 - Probability and Statistics
   •  ECON 210 - Econometrics
   •  ECON 215 - The Science of Strategy
   •  ECON 220 - The Political Economy of Health Care
   •  ECON 225 - Financial Markets and Investments
   •  ECON 238 - Law and Economics
   •  ECON 240 - U.S. Economic Issues
   •  ECON 248 - International Trade and the World Financial System
   •  ECON 261 - Political Economy
   •  ECON 267 - Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
   •  ECON 273 - Development Economics
   •  ECON 275 - Money and Banking
   •  ECON 277 - The Development of the American Economy
   •  ECON 290 - Field Work
   •  ECON 298 - Independent Work

Economics: III. Advanced

   •  ECON 300 - Senior Reseach
   •  ECON 301 - Senior Thesis
   •  ECON 303 - Advanced Topics in Microeconomics
   •  ECON 304 - Advanced Topics in Macroeconomics
   •  ECON 310 - Advanced Topics in Econometrics
   •  ECON 318 - Urban and Regional Economics
   •  ECON 320 - Economics of Inequality and Discrimination
   •  ECON 333 - Behavioral Economics
   •  ECON 342 - Public Finance
   •  ECON 345 - International Trade Theory and Policy
   •  ECON 346 - International Macroeconomics
   •  ECON 355 - Industrial Organization
   •  ECON 367 - Comparative Economics
   •  ECON 382 - Economics of Disasters
   •  ECON 383 - History of Economic Thought
   •  ECON 386 - The Economics of Immigration
   •  ECON 388 - Latin American Economic Development
   •  ECON 389 - Applied Financial Modeling
   •  ECON 399 - Senior Independent Work

Environmental Studies: I. Introductory

   •  ENST 100 - Earth Resource Challenges
   •  ENST 107 - Global Change and Sustainability
   •  ENST 124 - Essentials of Environmental Science
   •  ENST 125 - Environmentalisms in Perspective
   •  ENST 185 - Endangered Islands: Climate Change, Rising Sea Levels, and Environmental Refugees
   •  ENST 187 - A Prehistoric Perspective on Climate Change

Environmental Studies: II. Intermediate

   •  ENST 254 - Environmental Science in the Field
   •  ENST 258 - Environment and Culture in the Caribbean
   •  ENST 260 - Issues in Environmental Studies
   •  ENST 261 - “The Nuclear Cage”: Environmental Theory and Nuclear Power
   •  ENST 262 - Consuming Paradise: A Global Pre-History of Environmentalism
   •  ENST 266 - Racism, Waste and Resistance
   •  ENST 270 - Topics in Environmental Studies
   •  ENST 271 - Literature and the American Environment
   •  ENST 276 - Plants and Plant Communities of the Hudson Valley
   •  ENST 284 - Global Climate Change: Harvey, Jose, Irma, Maria and Next?
   •  ENST 290 - Field Work
   •  ENST 291 - Field Experiences in the Hudson Valley
   •  ENST 298 - Independent Research

Environmental Studies: III. Advanced

   •  ENST 300 - Senior Project/Thesis
   •  ENST 301 - Senior Seminar
   •  ENST 303 - Thesis
   •  ENST 304 - Thesis
   •  ENST 321 - Advanced Topics in Environmental Geology
   •  ENST 335 - Paleoclimatology: Earth's History of Climate Change
   •  ENST 352 - Conservation Biology
   •  ENST 356 - Environment and Land-Use Planning
   •  ENST 361 - Modeling the Earth
   •  ENST 368 - Toxic Futures: From Social Theory to Environmental Theory
   •  ENST 370 - Feminist Perspectives on Environmentalism
   •  ENST 375 - Aquatic Chemistry
   •  ENST 381 - Topics in Ecosystem Ecology - Ecosystem Structure and Function
   •  ENST 383 - Dissent at the End of the Anthropocene
   •  ENST 385 - Technology, Ecology, and Society
   •  ENST 389 - From the Natural History Museum to Ecotourism:The Collection of Nature
   •  ENST 399 - Senior Independent Research

Film: I. Introductory

   •  FILM 175 - Introduction to Screen Arts

Film: II. Intermediate

   •  FILM 210 - World Cinema to 1945
   •  FILM 211 - World Cinema After 1945
 

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