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School of Natural Resources and Environment

School of Natural Resources and Environment

Undergraduate Courses and Syllabi

University of Florida policy requires departments and faculty to publish a syllabus containing specific information about the structure of each course. Below are the syllabi of courses taught by SNRE. Other course syllabi are on the departmental or personal home pages of the professors teaching the courses. Most courses in the undergraduate and graduate curricula are taught in SNRE's partner departments. 

Courses

EVR 2001 Introduction to Environmental Science

EVS 3000: Environmental Science

(Departmentally controlled class, please contact the SNRE office and Environmental Science Advisor to register.)

EVS 3000L: Environmental Science and Humanity Lab

(Departmentally controlled lab, please contact the SNRE office and Environmental Science Advisor to register.)

EVS 3004: Eco-Civic Engagement

EVS 4021: Critical Thinking in Environmental Science

(Departmentally controlled class, please contact the SNRE office and Environmental Science Advisor to register.)

EVS 4932: First Year Environmental Science

EVS 4932: Environmental Data Science

EVS 4932: Climate Entrepreneurship

EVS 4932: Environmental Science 2

EVS 4932: Research Methods in Marine & Estuarine Ecology

IDS 2935: Why Maps Matter