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Liberal Education Requirements

Subject Catalog Number Title Description
EPSY 3132 Psychology of Multiculturalism in Education Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.

EPSY 3264 Basic and Applied Statistics Mathematical Thinking

EPSY 3301 Introduction to Educational Psychology Social Sciences

EPSY 3801 The Science of Human Resilience and Wellbeing: Foundational Knowledge for Career and Life Success Social Sciences

EPSY 5613 Foundations of Special Education I Diversity and Soc. Justice in the U.S.

EPSY 5619W Specialized Interventions in Mathematics for Students with Mild to Moderate Disabilities Writing Intensive

ESCI 1001 Earth and Its Environments Physical Sciences
ESCI 1003 Dinosaurs and Our World Biological Sciences
ESCI 1005 Geology and Cinema Physical Sciences
ESCI 1006 Oceanography Physical Sciences
ESCI 1007 From Microbes to Mammoths: History of Life on Earth Biological Sciences

ESCI 1012 Natural Hazards and Disasters Technology and Society

ESCI 1101 Introduction to Geology Environment

ESCI 1105 Geology and Cinema Environment

ESCI 1106 Oceanography Environment

ESCI 1901 Polar Environments: Rocks, Ice, and Human Impact Environment

ESCI 1902 Geology of Minnesota Environment

ESCI 1903 Sea Level in the 21st Century: Societal Response to Coastal Processes Environment

ESCI 3002 Climate Change and Human History Environment

ESCI 3004 Water and Society Environment

ESCI 3303W Geochemical Principles Writing Intensive

ESCI 3402 Science and Politics of Global Warming Environment

ESCI 4102W Vertebrate Paleontology: Evolutionary History and Fossil Records of Vertebrates Writing Intensive

ESCI 4103W Fossil Record of Mammals Writing Intensive

ESCI 4971W Field Hydrogeology Writing Intensive

ESCI 5504W Neotectonics Writing Intensive

ESCI 5601W Advanced Sedimentology Writing Intensive

ESPM 1011 Issues in the Environment Environment

ESPM 1012H Environmental Science and Society Environment

ESPM 1202 People, Land, and Water: Systems Under Stress Historical Perspectives

ESPM 1425 Introduction to Weather and Climate Physical Sciences
ESPM 3011W Ethics in Natural Resources Civic Life and Ethics
Writing Intensive
ESPM 3012 Statistical Methods for Environmental Scientists and Managers Mathematical Thinking

ESPM 3108 Ecology of Managed Systems Environment

ESPM 3202W Environmental Conflict Management, Leadership, and Planning Writing Intensive

ESPM 3241W Natural Resource and Environmental Policy Social Sciences
Civic Life and Ethics
Writing Intensive
ESPM 3245 Sustainable Land Use Planning and Policy Environment

ESPM 3251 Natural Resources in Sustainable International Development Global Perspectives

ESPM 3261 Economics and Natural Resources Management Social Sciences
ESPM 3271 Environmental Policy, Law, and Human Behavior Social Sciences
Civic Life and Ethics
ESPM 3601 Sustainable Housing--Community, Environment, and Technology Technology and Society

ESPM 3605 Recycling: Extending Raw Materials Technology and Society

ESPM 3607 Natural Resources Consumption and Sustainability Global Perspectives

ESPM 3612W Soil and Environmental Biology Writing Intensive

ESPM 4021W Problem Solving: Environmental Review Writing Intensive

ESPM 4041W Problem Solving for Environmental Change Writing Intensive

ESPM 4061W Water Quality and Natural Resources Environment
Writing Intensive
ESPM 4295W GIS in Environmental Science and Management Writing Intensive

FDSY 1016W Growing Food & Building Community: Urban Agriculture in the Twin Cities Writing Intensive

FDSY 1901 Topics: Freshman Seminar Environment


Important Dates


Mon, Mar 19, 2018 Spring second 7-week session begins
Fri, May 4, 2018 Last day of instruction
Sat, May 12, 2018 End of spring semester