Environmental Studies Course Selection Instructions Summer 2012

Masters of Science in Environmental Studies – ALL Concentrations

Courses begin June 2 and end June 30. * Please see individual course descriptions for exact dates and times of each course.

Master of Science in Resource Management & Conservation – Weekend program

Courses begin May 19 and end July 8. Weekends include: May 19 & 20, June 9 & 10, June 23 & 24 and July 7 & 8.

IMPORTANT: It is important that you register according to the instructions listed for your program concentration and your year of entry. Registration restrictions are listed according to these criteria and enforced from April 10 – April 17. Effective April 18, most course registration restrictions will be lifted.

NOTE: If you are unable to gain entry into a course during April 10 – April 17, please try and register again on April 18.

If you are going to make alterations to the suggested sequence of courses for your entry date and program, you should meet with your advisor to discuss these changes and how they may affect your ability to fulfill degree requirements in the future. Careful course planning is necessary to avoid registering and paying for additional semesters, and incurring additional tuition and fees.

Credit Maximums: The academic credit maximum for the Summer semester is 9 credits.


Students Who Entered Spring 2011 and earlier
Please meet with your advisor for completing degree requirements.


Students Who Entered Fall 2011 and Spring 2012

NOTE:

Track 1 – Please register for a 3-credit internship

Track 2 – Please register for a 3-credit internship PLUS any additional 3-credit course


Advocacy for Social Justice and Sustainability (ASJS)

Please choose from the following:


Conservation Biology (CB)

Please choose from the following:


Environmental Education (EE)

Please choose from the following:


Resource Management and Conservation – Weekend program (RMC-W)


Science Teacher Certification (Cert)

Please choose from the following:


Self-Design Studies (SDS)

Please choose from the following:


Sustainable Development and Climate Change (SDCC)

Please choose from the following:


Department of Environmental Studies – Master’s Programs
Course Schedule


Summer Course Meeting Schedule

Note: Courses have varied meeting dates and/or times. Please be sure to check the individual course description for the complete meeting schedule.


March 29 & 30

ES 696 Internship Seminar, General (Sections A – D)

5:00 – 7:00 pm.

May 5, and June 17 – 22

ESF 562 Ecology & Conservation in the Taconic Upland (Section A)

(Pre-trip meeting Saturday, May 5, 9:00 am – 12:00, and study trip, Sunday – Friday, June 17 – 22)

May 19 & 20, June 9 & 10, June 23 & 24 and July 7 & 8.

ES 532 Qualitative and Quantitative Research Design Techniques (Section A)
(Saturdays & Sundays,
8:00 am – 12:00 pm)

May 19 & 20, June 9 & 10, June 23 & 24 and July 7 & 8.

ES 524 Proposal Writing and Project Management(Section A)
(Saturdays & Sundays, 1:00 – 5:00 pm)

June 2, 9, 10, 16, 23

ESE 536 Foundations of Science and Environmental Education

(Saturdays, June 2, 9, 16, 23, and Sunday, June 10, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm)

June 1,3, 24 & 30

EDP 598 School Law (Section A)
(9:00 am – 12:30 pm)

June 11 – 15

ESF 547 Field Entomology (Section A)

(Monday – Friday, June 11 – 15, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm)

June 25 – 29

ESE 523A Environmental Education Methods: Teaching in the Outdoors (Section A)

(Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm) (*Harris Center)


On-line Intensives

ES 516 Non Profit Organizations & Social Entrepreneurship (Section A)
(see course description for times and dates)


Course with No Scheduled Meetings

ES 696 Internship, General (Sections A – D)

ES 699A Master’s Project (Sections A – L)

ES 699B Master’s Project Continuation (Sections A – O)

ES 699C Master’s Thesis (Sections A – L)

ES 699D Master’s Thesis Continuation (Sections A – O)

ANE 690 Supervised Independent Study (Sections A & B)

ES 697 Thesis Research Internship (Sections A – L)