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ENVS Course Syllabi

The Department of Environment and Society offers a wide variety of courses. Below, you will find a list of the courses that are taught with the associated syllabus and instructor. For a complete and updated listing of all courses taught through the ENVS Department, please visit the USU Course Catalog.

ENVS Courses

ENVS 1200 - Native Americans and the Environment (USU Eastern only)

ENVS 1350 BLS - Introduction to Environmental Science - Syllabus - Frazer

ENVS 2000 - Natural Resources Professional Orientation - Syllabus - Schmidt

ENVS 2340 BSS - Natural Resources and Society - Syllabus -Frazer

ENVS 3010 - Fundamentals of Natural Resource and Environmental Policy - Syllabus - Lant

ENVS 3300 - Fundamentals of Recreation Resources Management - Syllabus - Kidd

ENVS 3330 - Environment & Society- Syllabus - Coppock

ENVS 3400 - Fundamentals of Tourism - Syllabus - Burr

ENVS 3500 QI - Quantitative Assessment of Environmental and Natural Resource Problems - Syllabus - Romesburg

ENVS 3600 DSC - Living with Wildlife - SyllabusSchmidt

ENVS 4000 DSS - Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management - Syllabus -Coppock

ENVS 4110 - Fisheries and Wildlife Policy and Administration - SyllabusSchmidt

ENVS 4130 - Recreation Policy and Planning - Syllabus - D'Antonio

ENVS 4250 - Advanced Internship/Co-op - Brunson

ENVS 4500 CI - Wildland Recreation Behavior - Syllabus - Monz

ENVS 4550 - Recreation Use Monitoring and Assessment 

ENVS 4600 - Natural Resource Interpretation - Syllabus - Syllabus- Monz

ENVS 4610 - Foundations of Environmental Education 

ENVS 4620 - Foundations of Environmental Education 

ENVS 4700 - Communicating Sustainability - Syllabus - Brain

ENVS 4920 - Special Projects in Recreation Management - Syllabus - Burr

ENVS 4950 - Special Topics - Syllabus - Baggio

ENVS 4960 - Directed Readings - Brunson

ENVS 4970 - Undergraduate Research - Brunson

ENVS 4980 - Undergraduate Seminar - Syllabus - Smith

ENVS 5000 - Environmental Nonprofit and Volunteer Management - Syllabus Brunson

ENVS 5550 - Sustainability: Concepts and Measurement - Syllabus - Tainter

ENVS 5640 CI - Conflict Management in Natural Resources 

ENVS 6000 - Theoretical Foundations in Human Dimensions of Ecosystem Science and Management - Syllabus - Tainter

ENVS 6010 - Applying Human Dimensions Concepts to Natural Resource Management - Syllabus

ENVS 6030 - Contemporary Tribal Natural Resource Management 

ENVS 6050 - Best Research Practices in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences - Syllabus (N/A)

ENVS 6110 - Human Dimensions of Wildlife Management - SyllabusSchmidt

ENVS 6130 - Policy Aspects of Wildland Recreation  - Burr

ENVS 6200 - Bioregional Analysis and Planning - Syllabus - Warrren-Kretschmar

ENVS 6210 - Bioregional Management and Policy - Syllabus

ENVS 6240 - Graduate Internship/Co-op

ENVS 6300 - Social and Environmental Psychology of Natural Resources - SyllabusBrunson

ENVS 6310 - Introduction to Environmental Laws and Policy

ENVS 6320 - Water Law and Policy in the United States - Syllabus - Endter-Wada

ENVS 6400 - Ecological Aspects of Wildland Recreation - Syllabus

ENVS 6410 - Translational Ecology - SyllabusBrunson

ENVS 6440 - Stegner Center Annual Symposium

ENVS 6500 - Behavioral Aspects of WIldland Recreation

ENVS 6530 - Natural Resource Administration - SyllabusFrazer

ENVS 6550 - Sustainability: Concepts and Measurement - Syllabus - Tainter

ENVS 6580 - Sustainable Nature-Based Tourism - Syllabus

ENVS 6600 - Advanced Natural Resource Interpretation - SyllabusMonz

ENVS 6610 - Foundations of Environmental Education

ENVS 6620 - Foundations of Environmental Education

ENVS 6700 - Research Approaches in Human Dimensions of Ecosystem Science and Management - Syllabus - Endter-Wada

ENVS 6800 - Environment and Society Departmental Seminar - Syllabus - Smith

ENVS 6830 - Graduate Student Publishing Seminar - SyllabusRomesburg

ENVS 6840 - Graduate Introductory Seminar for Environment and Society - Syllabus -Coppock

ENVS 6870 - Ecology Seminar

ENVS 6900 - Graduate Speical Topics - Syllabus  - Baggio

ENVS 6910 - Directed Study

ENVS 6960 - Graduate General Ecology

ENVS 6970 - Thesis Research

ENVS 6990 - Continuing Graduate Advisement

ENVS 7000 - Theoretical Foundations in Human Dimensions of Ecosystem Science and Management - SyllabusTainter

ENVS 7300 - Social and Environmental Psychology of Natural Resources - SyllabusBrunson

ENVS 7320 - Water Law and Policy in the United States - Syllabus - Endter-Wada

ENVS 7700 - Research Approaches in Human Dimensions of Ecosystem Science and Management - SyllabusEndter-Wada

ENVS 7800 - Environment and Society Departmental Seminar- Syllabus - Smith

ENVS 7830 - Graduate Student Publishing Seminar - Romesburg

ENVS 7840 - Graduate Introductory Seminar for Environment and Society - Syllabus -Coppock

ENVS 7900 - Graduate Special Topics - Syllabus - Radel

ENVS 7910 - Directed Study

ENVS 7970 - Dissertation Research

ENVS 7990 - Continuing Graduate Advisement

Geography Courses

GEOG 1000 - Physical Geography - Syllabus - Null

GEOG 1005 - Physical Geography Lab - Null

GEOG 1300  - World Regional Geography - Syllabus (Schmook), Syllabus (Arnold)

GEOG 1400  - Human Geography - Syllabus

GEOG 1800 - Introduction to Geographic Information Sciences - Syllabus - Howe

GEOG 3430 - Political Geography - Syllabus

GEOG 4100 - Geographic Approaches to the Human-Environmental Relationship - Syllabus

GEOG 4120 - Environment and Development in Latin America - Syllabus - Radel

GEOG 4210 - Geography of Utah - Syllabus - Howe

GEOG 4220 - International Regional Geography

GEOG 4950 - - Special Topics 

ENVS 5600 - Theory and Practice of Development

GEOG 5650 - Developing Societies

GEOG 6100 - Geographic Approaches to the Human-Environmental Relationship - Syllabus

GEOG 6120 - Environment and Development in Latin America - Syllabus - Radel

GEOG 6130 - Education Field Practicum

GEOG 6300 - Geography Education Classroom Practicum

GEOG 6600 - Theory and Practice of Development

GEOG 6650 - Developing Societies

GEOG 6900 - Graduate Special Topics - Syllabus - Howe

GEOG 6920 - Field Experiences in Development Geography