Course Number Title
AEC 560  AEC 560 CAPITAL INVESTMENT ANALYSIS USING AGBIZ LOGIC (3)
AEC 612 AEC 612 ADVANCED MICROECONOMIC THEORY II (4)
AHE 534 AHE 534 ORGANIZATIONS AND SYSTEMS THEORY (4)
ANS 540 ANS 540 DAIRY PRODUCTION SYSTEMS (3)
ANTH 538 ANTH 538 ARCHAEOLOGY FIELD SCHOOL (1-10)
ANTH 547 ANTH 547 METHODS IN FOOD IN CULTURE AND SOCIAL JUSTICE STUDIES (4)
ANTH 560 ANTH 560 ETHNOGRAPHIC FIELD SCHOOL (6)
ANTH 575 ANTH 575 THEORY OF CULTURE (4)
ANTH 576 ANTH 576 ADVANCED ANTHROPOLOGICAL THEORY SEMINAR (4)
ANTH 577 ANTH 577 ECOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (4)
ANTH 581 ANTH 581 NATURAL RESOURCES AND COMMUNITY VALUES (4)
ANTH 582 ANTH 582 ANTHROPOLOGY OF INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (4)
ANTH 585 ANTH 585 USES OF ANTHROPOLOGY (4)
ANTH 587 ANTH 587 LANGUAGE IN GLOBAL CONTEXT (4)
ATS 521 ATS 521 CLIMATE MODELING (4)
ATS 546 ATS 546 EXPERIMENTAL ENERGY AND GAS EXCHANGE (4)
BA 514 BA 514 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (3)
BA 552 BA 552 MANUFACTURING AND SERVICE OPERATIONS (3)
BA 590 BA 590 MARKETING MANAGEMENT (3)
BI 527 BI 527 PALEOBIOLOGY (4)
BIOE 562 BIOE 562 BIOSEPARATIONS (3)
CE 512 CE 512 HYDROLOGY (4)
CE 578 CE 578 GEOTECHNICAL EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING (4)
CE 582 CE 582 MASONRY DESIGN (3)
CE 584 CE 584 WOOD DESIGN (4)
ECE 530 ECE 530 CONTEMPORARY ENERGY APPLICATIONS (4)
ECE 536 ECE 536 POWER SYSTEM PROTECTION (3)
ED 518 ED 518 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE IN THE TEACHING COMMUNITY (2)
ED 533 ED 533. SCIENCE METHODS III: SCIENCE FOR ALL LEARNERS
ED 550 ED 550 THE EFFECTIVE TEACHING CYCLE I: FOUNDATIONS AND PLANNING (4)
ED 586 ED 586. LANGUAGE ARTS METHODS III: CURRICULUM AND THE PROFESSION
ED 651 ED 651 RESEARCH BILINGUALISM AND MULTILINGUALISM (3)
ENG 540 ENG 540 STUDIES IN MODERN IRISH LITERATURE (4)
ENT 518 ENT 518 CURRENT TOPICS IN ENTOMOLOGY (2) 
ENT 542 ENT 542 PRINCIPLES OF INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT: SYSTEMS DESIGN (4)
ES 537 ES 537 (EN)GENDERING ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICA (4)
ES 548 ES 548 NATIVE AMERICAN PHILOSOPHIES (4)
ES 559 ES 559 LANGUAGE, RACE AND RACISM IN THE U.S.: ADVANCED STUDY (4)
ES 564 ES 564 FOOD AND ETHNIC IDENTITY: DECOLONIZING OUR FOOD AND BODY (3)
EXSS 544 FCSJ 544 NUTRITIONAL ANTHROPOLOGY (4)
FCSJ 547 FCSJ 547 METHODS IN FOOD IN CULTURE AND SOCIAL JUSTICE (4)
FCSJ 586 FCSJ 586 ANTHROPOLOGY OF FOOD (4)
FE 540 FE 540 FOREST OPERATIONS ANALYSIS (4)
FES 537 FES 537 BELOWGROUND ECOSYSTEMS (3)
FES 550 FES 550 TROPHIC CASCADES (2-3)
FES 565 FES 565. URBAN FORESTRY LEADERSHIP
FES 585 FES 585 CONSENSUS AND NATURAL RESOURCES (3)
FW 534 FW 534 ESTUARINE ECOLOGY (4)
FW 538 FW 538. STRUCTURED DECISION MAKING IN NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT LAB
FW 544 FW 544 QUANTITATIVE DECISION ANALYSIS FOR FISH AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT (4) 
FW 549 FW 549. HISTORY OF FISHERIES SCIENCE
FW 550 FW 550 TROPHIC CASCADES (2-3) 
FW 551 FW 551 AVIAN CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT (3) 
FW 573 FW 573 FISH ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION (4) 
FW 574 FW 574 EARLY LIFE HISTORY OF FISHES (4)
FW 591 FW 591 FISH DISEASES IN CONSERVATION BIOLOGY AND AQUACULTURE (3)
GEO 550 GEO 550 COASTAL HAZARDS: PROCESSES, RESPONSE, AND ADAPTATION (3)
GEO 684 GEO 684 GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES (4)
GEOG 523 GEOG 523 SNOW HYDROLOGY (3)
GEOG 550 GEOG 550 LAND USE IN THE AMERICAN WEST (3)
GEOG 565 GEOG 565 SPATIO-TEMPORAL VARIATION IN ECOLOGY AND EARTH SCIENCE (4)
GEOG 596 GEOG 596 FIELD RESEARCH IN GEOMORPHOLOGY AND LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY (3)
H 511 H 511. COMMUNITY, CULTURE, AND GLOBAL HEALTH
H 544 H 544. ENVIRONMENTAL AND OCCUPATIONAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
H 560 H 560. PUBLIC HEALTH SURVEILLANCE
H 676 H 676. ADVANCED TOPICS IN HEALTH PROMOTION AND HEALTH BEHAVIOR
HDFS 639 HDFS 639 COMMMUNITY-BASED PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH (4)
HST 516 HST 516 FOOD IN WORLD HISTORY (4)
HST 570 HST 570 RELIGION IN THE AMERICAN WEST (4)
IE 584 IE 584 SYSTEMS ENGINEERING (4)
IE 585 IE 585. LEGAL ASPECT OF ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT
MB 555 MB 555 BIOLOGY OF THE PROKARYOTES (3)
MB 591 MB 591 FISH DISEASES IN CONSERVATION BIOLOGY AND AQUACULTURE (3)
MGMT 559 MGMT 559 MANAGING ETHICS AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (3) 
MRM 520 MRM 520 COASTAL LAW (3)
NSE 552 NSE 552 NEUTRONIC ANALYSIS II (3)
NUTR 530 NUTR 530 MEDICAL NUTRITION THERAPY I (4)
NUTR 531 NUTR 531 MEDICAL NUTRITION THERAPY 2 (4)
OC 521 OC 521 APPLICATIONS IN OCEAN ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOCHEMISTRY (4)
OC 562 OC 562 SEDIMENTARY PROCESSES IN THE OCEAN BASINS (3) 
PH 699 PH 699 SPECIAL TOPICS: BIOLOGICAL PHYSICS (3)
PHAR 729 PHAR 729. PRINCIPLES OF EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE I: INFORMATION SCIENCE
PHAR 739 PHAR 739. HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS II
PHAR 778 PHAR 778. ADVANCED ADULT MEDICINE
PHL 534 PHL 534 SPIRITUALITY AND ECOLOGY: GREEN YOGA (4) 
PHL 548 PHL 548 NATIVE AMERICAN PHILOSOPHIES (4)
PHL 561 PHL 561 ART AND MORALITY (4)
PPOL 545 PPOL 545 INTERNATIONAL MARINE POLICY (4)
PPOL 614 PPOL 614 ADVANCED POLICY THEORY II (4)
PSY 533 PSY 533 PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY (4)
REL 525 REL 525 THE HOLOCAUST IN ITS HISTORY (4)
REL 548 REL 548 NATIVE AMERICAN PHILOSOPHIES (4)
ROB 567 ROB 567 HUMAN ROBOT INTERACTION (4)
SED 535 SED 535 COMMUNICATING OCEAN SCIENCES TO INFORMAL AUDIENCES (3)
SNR 530 SNR 530. ECOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES OF SUSTAINABLE NATURAL RESOURCES
SOC 512 SOC 512 SOCIOLOGY OF WORK AND FAMILY (4)
SOC 548 SOC 548 LAW AND SOCIETY (4)
SOC 571 SOC 571 SOCIAL MOVEMENTS (4)
SOC 575 SOC 575 RURAL SOCIOLOGY (4)
TOX 529 TOX 529 TOXIC SUBSTANCES IN FOOD (3)
VMB 521 VMB 521 ANIMAL MODELS (3) 
VMC 769 VMC 769. GENERAL MEDICINE
WGSS 514 WGSS 514 SYSTEMS OF OPPRESSION IN WOMEN'S LIVES (4) 
WGSS 535 WGSS 535 FEMINIST TEACHING AND LEARNING (4) 
WGSS 620 WGSS 620 SOCIAL JUSTICE THEORY AND PRACTICE (4)
Z 577 Z 577 AQUATIC ENTOMOLOGY (4)