UGA Courses

Several undergraduate and graduate courses at the University of Georgia either provide a dedicated focus on Climate Change/ Global Warming or include it as a large component of the course’s curriculum.

First Year Odyssey

Current Courses – SP 2013 (changes by semester)

72166 – Environmental Film Festival

68576 – Global Public Health

22169 – Natural Resource Conservation Issues

Undergraduate Courses

Focus on Climate Change Science and Issues

ANTH 4070/ 6070 – Cultural Ecology

ECOL 1000 – Ecological Basis of Environmental Issues

ECOL 2100 – Global Climate Change: Past, Present, Future

ECOL 4120H – Ecology of Global Change (Honors)

ECOL 4160 – Ecology of North America

FANR 4420/6420 –Geospatial Applications for Ecological Modeling

FANR 4460/6460 – Modeling the Effects of Climate Change on Animal Communities

FANR 4480/ 6480 – Species Response to Climate Change Field Study

FANR 4272/ 6272 – Antarctica: The Fragile Continent

FANR 4273/ 6273 – Field Studies in Sustainable Development

GEOG 1112 – Introduction to Weather and Climate

GEOG 2120H – Introduction to Weather and Climate (Honors)

GEOG 3110 – Climatology

GEOG 3130 – Atmospheric Hazards

GEOG 3180 – Global Climate Change: Causes and Consequences

GEOL 1122 (H)– Earth’s History of Global Change

GEOL 3150 Coastal Processes and Conservation

PBIO (ISCI) 2001-2001L – Life and Earth Sciences

PBIO (BIOL) 3660L – Plant Biology Intensive Lab

Component on Climate Change

AAEC(AFST)(ENVM) 4720 – Food Security, Economic Development, and the Environment

AAEC/EHSC 4250 Environmental and Public Health Law

AESC 4700 – Agrosecurity Issues, Incidents, and Response Seminar

ALDR 3820 – Reflections on Fighting Hunger

ALDR 4600/6600 – Issues in Contemporary Agriculture

ANTH 4790/ 6790 Human Adaptation

CMLT 3210 – Ecocriticism

ECOL 3070 Environment and Humans

ECOL(BIOL) 3500/L – Ecology

ECOL 3530 – Conservation Biology

ECOL 3880H – Ecosystems of the World (Honors)

ECOL 4010 – Ecosystem Ecology

ECOL 4200/6200 Environmental Concepts

ECOL(BIOL)(MARS) 4330/6330-4330L/6330L – Tropical Marine Invertebrates

ECON 4150 Environmental Economics

EETH 4000/6000 – Environmental Ethics Seminar

EETH 4200/6200 – Environmental Concepts

EETH 4220/6220 – Environmental Ethics

EHSC 3060 Introduction to Environmental Health Science

GEOG 4160 – Applied Climatology in the Urban Environment

GEOG 4240/6240 – Plant Geography

GEOG 4810/6810 – Conservation Ecology and Resource Management

GEOL 2350H – Physical Geology

GEOL 3120-3120L Geological Hazards

HORT 4990/6990 – Environmental Issues in Horticulture

LAND 2310 Introduction to Sustainability

LAND 4360 Applied Landscape Ecology

MARS 1030 – Migrations in the Sea: From Larvae to Whales

PBIO 1210 – Plant Biology – Dr. Rick Lankau’s section

PHIL 4220 – Environmental Ethics

RELI 4530/6530 – Theology and Culture

RELI 4520 – Constructive Theology

RELI 4900 – Ancient Wisdom and Contemporary Culture

WASR(FORS) 4000-4000L – Forest Soil Management

WMST 4170/6170 Environment, Gender, Race, Class

Graduate Courses

Focus on Climate Change Science and Issues

ANTH 4070/ 6070 – Cultural Ecology

PINEMAP Graduate Course

FANR 4272/ 6272 – Antarctica: The Fragile Continent

FANR 4273/ 6273 – Field Studies in Sustainable Development

FANR 4420/6420 –Geospatial Applications for Ecological Modeling

FANR 4460/6460 – Modeling the Effects of Climate Change on Animal Communities

FANR 4480/ 6480 – Species Response to Climate Change Field Study

GEOG 4810/6810 – Conservation Ecology and Resource Management

GEOG 8120: Seminar in Climatology –  Deconstructing Superstorm Sandy: Multiple Scientific and Societal Perspectives on a Historic Storm

JURI 5290/7290 Environmental Law Practicum

PBIO 8720 – Plant Variation and Evolution

MARS 8050 – Climate, Oceans, and the Marine Biosphere

Component on Climate Change

ANTH 4790/ 6790 Human Adaptation

ECOL 6080 – Principles of Conservation Ecology and Sustainable Development I

ECOL 6080 – Principles of Conservation Ecology and Sustainable Development I

ECOL(FORS)(ANTH) 6140 – Principles of Conservation Ecology and Sustainable Development II

ECOL(BIOL)(MARS) 4330/6330-4330L/6330L – Tropical Marine Invertebrates

ECOL 8710 – Environmental Law Practicum

ECOL 8400 – Perspectives on Conservation Ecology and Sustainable Development

ECOL 8730 – Environmental Policy

ECOL 8990 Problems in Ecology (1 to 3 credit hours) POD

EETH 4200/6200 – Environmental Concepts

EETH 4220/6220 – Environmental Ethics

ENTO(ECO)(PBIO) 8150/8150L – Wetland Ecology

FORS(ENGR) 8020 – Bio-Based Economy Seminar

FORS 8100 – Advanced Forest Ecology – (Carbon and Nutrient Cycling)

GEOG 6160 – Applied Climatology in the Urban Environment

GEOG 4240/6240 – Plant Geography

GEOG 4810/6810 – Conservation Ecology and Resource Management

GEOG 8240 Seminar in Geoecology

HORT 4990/6990 – Environmental Issues in Horticulture

MARS 8220 – Geobiology

PHIL 4220/6220 – Environmental Ethics

RELI 4530/6530 – Theology and Culture

WASR(FORS) 6000-6000L – Forest Soil Management

WMST 4170/6170 Environment, Gender, Race, Class

Summer Field Studies, Internships, & Programs