ESS Graduate Course Offerings

The following graduate courses are taught by Ecosystem Science and Sustainability faculty. Refer to the CSU General Catalog for additional information and course descriptions.

Course NumberTitleInstructorSyllabus
ESS Courses
ESS 501Principles of Ecosystem SustainabilityTBD
ESS 524Foundations for Greenhouse Gas Accounting and ManagementRich ConantSyllabus
ESS 542Greenhouse Gas PoliciesRich Conant, Stephen OgleSyllabus
ESS 543Current Topics in Climate ChangeRich Conant, Scott DenningSyllabus
ESS 545Applications in Greenhouse Gas InventoriesStephen Ogle
ESS 555Lifecycle Assessment for SustainabilityJohn Sheehan
ESS 565Niche ModelsCameron Aldridge
ESS 575Models for Ecological DataTom Hobbs
ESS/F 625Ecology of Forest ProductionMichael Falkowski, Seth
ESS 655Multivariate Analysis for Community EcologyMonique Rocca
ESS 660Biogeochemical CyclesMatt Wallenstein
NR Courses
NR 503Remote Sensing and Image AnalysisMichael Falkowski, Michael Lefsky
NR 504Computer Analysis of Remote Sensing Data
NR 505Concepts in GIS
NR/ANTH 554Ecological and Social Agent-Based ModelingRandall BooneSyllabus
WR Courses
WR 510Watershed Management in Developing Countries
WR/CIVE 524Modeling Watershed HydrologyStephanie Kampf, Jeff Neimann
WR 574Advanced Snow HydrologySteven Fassnacht
WR 575Snow Hydrology Field MethodsSteven Fassnacht
WR 616Hillslope Hydrology and Runoff ProcessesStephanie KampfSyllabus
WR 674Data Issues in HydrologySteven FassnachtSyllabus

To view program specific curriculum, visit the appropriate curriculum pages linked below: