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MERRITT COLLEGE ENVIRONMENTAL
MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGIES
SPRING 2015   

Introduction to Sustainable Environment Systems Lab
ENVMT 2 (1 Units) Code: 24807
Robin Freeman and David Ralston
Thurs evenings at SRH and in the field (TBA)
Location: Self Reliant House
Interdisciplinary study of the impact of human  civilization on the earth’s major
ecological systems:  Issues examined in historic, contemporary, and future settings,
including both Western and non-Western contexts; material presented from a
theoretical point of view, with a focus on core concepts and methods related to
ecology, sustainability, human population, natural resources, wastes and pollution;
reflection of how human economic, political, and ethical behaviors are inextricably
interwoven with the environment; and presentation of environmental career options.

Introduction to Ranger Naturalist and Outdoor Education
ENVMT 8 (3 Units) Code: 24089
Ceridwyn
Begins Tuesday evening 1/20 at SRH, Sat and Sun field days.
Location: Self Reliant House
Introduction to healthy community systems and their impact on both human and
environmental health: Exploration of how “health for all” can be built into neighborhoods
and urban plans and policies; includes field projects.

Introduction to Urban Agro Ecology
ENVMT 35 (3 units) Code: 21439
Wed evenings
Kolevzon and Geathers
Location: Self Reliant House
Introduction to the expanding production and distribution of healthy food and
environmentally sustainable agriculture in and near cities: Organic and intensive
agriculture, field methods, policy, economy, ecology, and equity.

Introduction to Restoration and Monitoring of Watercourses
ENVMT 33 AA (1 units) Code: -
3 x Saturdays (TBA)
Berthelsen
Location:SRH and Field
Principles and practices in the restoration and monitoring of creeks and watersheds:
Overview of global water cycle and atmospheric circulation; basic hydrologic principles
and processes including erosion, flooding, and deposition of sediments.


OTHER RECOMMENDED SUSTAINABILITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL
COURSES:
Please refer to the general 2015 course catalogue for more information.



WE HAVE NEW ENVMT DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES: See the most recent
catalog for new, simplified certificates or view them on our webpage
here.
Environmental Management and Technology
at Merritt College
Spring 2014/ Summer & Fall 2014
Environmental Class Schedule