SEES Courses

Spring 2024 Courses in SEES


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Geol 9 Environmental Issues (Bracco)
Geol 16 Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Moving Cont. (Soule)
Geol 25 Natural Resources (Eaton)
Geol 77 Weather, Climate, and Climate Change (Yi)
Ensci 99 A Practical Guide to Environmental Choices (Ramadhin, Blanford)

Introductory

Ensci 100 Our Planet In the 21st Century (O’Mullan; weekend: Williams)
Geol 101 Physical Geology (Laczniak; 2)
Ensci 112 Our Changing Planet (Blanford)
Geol 102** Historical Geology (Pekar)

Core

Ensci 200 Earth Systems Science (Bird)
Geol 216** Oceans and Atmosphere (Stewart)
Geol 208 Surficial Processes (Lesnek)

Advanced

Ensci 377 Biosphere-Atmosphere Interactions (Yi)
Geol 383** Ice Ages and Paleoclimate (Lesnek)
Ensci 383** Building Climate Resilience (Ramadhin)
Ensci 383** Urban Stormwater and Climate Resiliency (Balci)
Ensci 373W** Environmental Problem Solving (Greenfield)
Ensci 397** Internship in Environmental Science (Bird)

Core/Advanced/BS elective major courses

Biol 201 General Microbiology (TBD;)
Biol 340 General Ecology (Waldman;)
Geol 200 Methods in Geoscience (Val;)

Geology major courses (not usable for Ensci or Environment studies majors or minors)

Geol 201 Mineralogy (Longpre)

 

**For Geol/Ensci 383 classes (special topics) please contact instructor for prerequisites/co-requisites; all 383 courses are registration by permission of instructor or the academic advisor in SEES. Note: Environmental Studies 383 is not permitted to be used for any major or minor requirements in SEES
***Ensci 395, 396 or 397, Internship in Environmental Science, requires completion and approval of an application that is due 45 days prior to beginning the internship. The application is available from Professor Bird.
Note:For requirements for Environmental Science, Environmental Studies or Geology majors or minors – please consult the major advisor and the Undergraduate Course Bulletin.
For more information please contact:
Dr. Bird and Dr. Ramadhin @ envadv.sees@gmail.com Environmental Science and Environmental Studies majors and minors
Dr. Stephen Pekar and Dr. Dara Laczniak spekar@qc.cuny.edu for Geology major and minors

 

Graduate Courses
Graduate-level courses (graduate classes are permission only)

Geol 761 Field Methods in Hydrology (Eaton)
Ensci 799.3 Biosphere-Atmosphere Interactions (Yi)
Geol 799.3 Ice Ages and Paleoclimate (Lesnek)
Ensci 799.3 Building Climate Resilience (Ramadhin)
Ensci 799.3 Urban Stormwater and Climate Resiliency (Balci)
Geol 799.1 Colloquium (Yi)

 

(Updated January 24th 2024)

How To

Registration for SEES Courses

1 : Look through the list of courses.

2 : Make an appointment with your academic advisor.

3: Request courses that require department permission.

4 : Self-enroll in remaining courses on CUNYfirst.

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