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Approved Courses for Departmental Credit 2013 - 14

Approved Courses for Departmental Credit 2014-15

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology : All 300- and 400-level courses, except 332. All 500-level courses, with permission of the instructor.

Molecular Biology : All 300- and 400-level courses. All 500-level courses, with permission of the instructor.

 

Anthropology

ANT 206B/EEB 306

ANT 215/EEB 315

ANT 431 Biomedical Anthropology

Center for Human Values

CHV 310 Practical Ethics **

CHV 321 Ethical and Scientific Issues in Environmental Policy  (also ENV 321) **

CHV 331 Ethics and Public Health (also WWS 372)**

Chemical and Biological Engineering

CBE 439 Quantitative Physiology & Tissue Design

Chemistry

CHM 303 Organic Chemistry -- Biological Emphasis I

CHM 304 Organic Chemistry -- Biological Emphasis II

CHM 331 see GEO 363

CHM 333 Oil to Ozone: Chemistry and the Environment (also ENV 333)

Civil and Environmental Engineering

CEE 334 Global Environmental Issues (also ENV 334/WWS 334)  **

CEE 417 see GEO 417

CEE 471 Introduction to Water Pollution Technology (also GEO 471)

CEE 474 Design and Construction of Environmental Sensors

Computer Science

COS 126 General Computer Science

COS 226 Algorithms and Data Structures

Economics

ECO 329 Environmental Economics **

ECO 322 Economics of Health and Healthcare  **

Environmental Studies

ENV 318 see GEO 318

ENV 321 see CHV 321 *

ENV 322 see GEO 322

ENV 328 see MAE 328 **

ENV 333 see CHM 333

ENV 334 see CEE 334 **

ENV 339 see GEO 366 **

ENV 360 see MOL 360 **

ENV 401 Environmental Policy Workshop **

Geosciences

GEO 318 Observing the Marine Environment (also ENV 318)

GEO 322 Biogeochemical Cycles and Global Change (also ENV 322)

GEO 361/ENV 323 (formerly GEO 323) Earth System Science I: The Atmosphere and Ocean in Motion

GEO 363 (formerly GEO 331) Introduction to Geochemistry: Chemistry of Natural Systems (also CHM 331)

GEO 366  Climate Change: Scientific Basis, Policy Implications (also ENV 339) **

GEO 417 Environmental Microbiology (also CEE 417 and EEB 419)

GEO 428 Biological Oceanography

GEO 471 see CEE 471

Global Health Program

GHP 400/MOL 499 - Seminar in Global Health **

GHP 402 Health Innovation and Policy (also MOL 402) **

GHP 351 Epidemiology **

History

HIS 491  History of Ecology and Environmentalism **

Mathematics

MAT 200 Linear Algebra with Multivariable Calculus for Economists

MAT 201 Multivariable Calculus

MAT 202 Linear Algebra with Applications

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

MAE 328 Energy for a Greenhouse-Constrained World (also ENV 328 and EGR 328) **

Molecular Biology

MOL 380A Modern Microbiology and diseases (policy course) **

MOL 360 Biotech Plants and Animals **

Psychology

PSY 330 Introduction to Connectionist Models: Bridging Between Brain and Mind

PSY 336 The Diversity of Brains

PSY 338 Animal Learning and Decision Making

PSY 415 Advanced Topics in Learning & Memory: Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms

Woodrow Wilson School

WWS 315 Bioethics and Public Policy **

WWS 316 Health and the Environment **

WWS 320 Human Genetics, Reproduction, and Public Policy (also MOL 320) **

WWS 327 Pharmaceutical Research and Health Policy **

WWS 350 The Environment: Science and Policy **

WWS 372 see CHV 331  **

WWS 474 Special Topics in Public Affairs ** -- Approval depends on the topic

WWS 479/REL 479/EEB 379 Special Topics in Public Affairs: Religion, Cooperation, and Conflict Resolution **

 

Other courses offered by the University may be accepted with the approval of the departmental representative.

 

** Policy course

 
Approved statistics courses for EEB majors
ECO 202
EEB/MOL 355*
GEO 422
ORF 245
POL 345
PSY 251
SOC 301
WWS 332
 
*EEB/MOL 355 is the only statistics course that can be counted as an EEB departmental