Fall/Winter Courses 2022-23
A wide range of interdisciplinary courses are available for the Master of Environment & Sustainability (MES) and both Collaborative Specializations offered by the School of the Environment.
If you are unable to enroll in a course via Acorn or the graduate office/registrar’s office in your home unit requires that you submit the relevant course enrollment form, then you must complete, sign, and submit the SGS Add Drop Course Form.pdf when requesting to be enrolled in courses offered by the School of the Environment. The completed form can be sent to the School of the Environment's Graduate Administrator.
September 26: Deadline to add fall (F) and full-year (Y) session courses.
October 31: Deadline to drop fall (F) courses.
January 23: Deadline to add winter (S) session courses.
February 27: Deadline to drop winter (S) and full-year (Y) session courses.
2022-23 Delivery Modes
Currently, ENV courses offered during the 2022/23 academic year will be delivered in person, unless otherwise specified. This is subject to change pending university/government health regulations.
In Person (INPER): A course that has any requirement for in person (face to face, live, real time) attendance at a specific physical location. An in-person course may also have synchronous and/or asynchronous components that can be completed remotely. (Subject to adjustments imposed by public health requirements for physical distancing). When enrolling for this delivery mode, students should use LEC0101 in the Meeting Section on ACORN/ROSI.
Online Synchronous (SYNC): A course is considered Online Synchronous if online attendance is expected at a specific time for some or all course activities, and attendance at a specific location is not expected for any activities or exams. When enrolling for this delivery mode, students should use LEC9101 in the Meeting Section on ACORN/ROSI.
Asynchronous (ASYNC): A course is considered Asynchronous if it has no requirement for attendance at a specific time or location for any activities or exams. Components may be online or remote (e.g., reading, writing, etc.). An asynchronous offering is not “self-paced” – there are deadlines/milestones that must be met, but the student can do the work at any time of day or night that suits them.
The posted course schedule is tentative and frequently updated. The table below includes the previous year(s) syllabi for ENV courses, for reference purpose only.
Fall/Winter Courses 2022-23
|Course Code||Course Name||Term||Instructor||Schedule||Location||Syllabus|
|ENV1001HF||Environmental Decision Making||Fall 2022||Simon Appolloni||WED 12 - 3 pm||AB 114|
|ENV1001HS||Environmental Decision Making||Winter 2023||Hanna Morris||WED 12 - 3 pm||KP 113||ENV1001H_Syllabus_Winter_2022.pdf|
|ENV1003HF||Global Climate Politics and Policy||Fall 2022||Jessica Green||TUE 2 - 4 pm||BA 2179||ENV 1003 Fall 2022 Syllabus.pdf
|ENV1005HS||Ecological Statistics||Winter 2023||Vianey Leos Barajas||
Lecture: TUE 1 pm - 3 pm
Tutorial: THU 1 - 2 pm
TUE UC 248
THU BA B026
|ENV1008HS||Worldviews and Ecology||Winter 2023||Stephen Scharper||MON 2 - 4 pm||ONLINE||ENV1008_Syllabus_Winter_2022.pdf|
|ENV1103HF||Living Labs for Applied Sustainability||Fall 2022||Alstan Jakubiec||TUE 10 am - 1 pm||MY 440||ENV1103HF Syllabus Fall 2022.pdf|
|ENV1197HF||Research in Environment and Sustainability, Part 1||Fall 2022||Meredith Franklin||THU 12 - 2 pm||UC 177||ENV1197 Syllabus Fall 2022.pdf|
|ENV1198HS||Research in Environment and Sustainability, Part 2||Winter 2023||Nicole Spiegelaar||WED 10 am - 12 pm||MY 317|
|ENV1701HF||Environmental Law||Fall 2022||Graham Rempe||TUE 6:00 - 9:00 pm||ES B142||ENV1701 Syllabus Fall 2022.pdf|
|ENV1704HS||Environmental Risk Analysis and Management||Winter 2023||Chris Ollson||MON 10 am - 1 pm||WI 523||ENV1704H Syllabus Winter 2022.pdf|
|ENV1707HF||Climate Finance (previously titled 'Environmental Finance and Sustainable Investing')||Fall 2022||Susan McGeachie||
MON 6:30 pm -
|KP 113||ENV1707HF Syllabus Fall 2022.pdf|
|ENV2000HY||Individual Reading & Research Course||Fall 2022, Winter 2023||Contact Graduate Office||N/A|
|ENV2002HF||Special Topics in Environment: Photovolaic Imaginaries- Community Based Experiments in Sustainability Transitions||Fall 2022||Robert Soden, Matt Ratto||TUE 4 - 6 pm||ES 1042||ENV2002 Syllabus Fall 2022.pdf|
|ENV4001HS||Graduate Seminars in Environment and Health||Winter 2023||Clare Wiseman||WED 4 - 7 pm||PB 255||ENV4001H Syllabus Winter 2022.pdf|
|ENV4444HF,S||Internship||Fall 2022, Winter 2023||Contact Graduate Office||N/A|
|ENV5555YY||Research Paper||2022-2023||Contact Graduate Office||N/A|
|JSE1708HS||Sustainability and the Western Mind||Winter 2023||John Robinson||THU 10 am - 1 pm||Transit House, 315 Bloor St. W||JSE1708H Syllabus Winter 2021.pdf|
Note: ENV1112: Special Topics in Global Change Science has been cancelled for the Fall 2022 term.