Environmental Studies – Ph.D. Courses Fall 2009

 

The Doctoral program begins on Friday, September 11, with the Environmental Studies Colloquium at 11:00 am. Classes begin Friday, September 11, at 1:00 pm and run through Sunday, December 6, 12:00 p.m.
Students should check class folders on Sakai for pre-class reading assignments. Please note on campus dates below.
*Please note that ES Department Colloquium is an all department event that begins at 11:00 am with a coffee time, followed by an invited speaker. All students and faculty are strongly encouraged to attend.


First Phase Ph.D. I (Summer 2009 enterers)

Ph.D. I students should register for:

Classes meet on one or more of the days/dates shown below. Please see course descriptions for detailed meeting schedule.

  • September 11, 12, 13
  • October 2, 3, 4
  • November 6, 7, 8
  • December 4, 5, 6

Second Phase Ph.D. II

Ph.D. II students should register for:

Classes meet on one or more of the days/dates shown below. Please see course descriptions for detailed meeting schedule.

  • September 11, 12, 13
  • November 6, 7, 8
  • December 4, 5, 6

Third Phase Ph.D. III

Ph.D. III students should register for:

OR
ES 771 Integrated Essay

The choice should be made after a conversation with advisor. Ph.D. III students who have completed ES 761 but are still working on their Service Project, Integrated Essay, or Dissertation Proposal must register for ES 775 Candidacy Continuation.

Classes meet on one or more of the days/dates shown below. Please see course descriptions for detailed meeting schedule.

  • September 11, 12, 13
  • November 6, 7, 8

Fourth Phase Ph.D. IV

Ph.D. IV students have completed the Service Project, Integrated Essay and Dissertation Proposal. They should register for:

Classes meet on one or more of the days/dates shown below. Please see course descriptions for detailed meeting schedule.

  • September 11, 12, 13
  • November 6, 7, 8

Beyond Fourth Phase PhD IV+

Ph.D. IV+ students who have completed three semesters of (ES 776) Dissertation Seminar and registered for two semesters (8 credits) of (ES 899) Doctoral Dissertation and have not yet submitted their dissertation to the Graduate School, should register for:


Courses without Scheduled Meetings:

ES 775 Candidacy Continuation
ES 899 Doctoral Dissertation
ES 899C Doctoral Dissertation Continuation
ES 771 Integrated Essay
ES 731 Learning Domain Project I
ES 732 Learning Domain Project II
ES 752 Service project
ANE 890 SIS Supervised Independent Study