Fall Term 2016

Course # Title Instructor Day & Time Location*
EPS 52 Global Geophysics: A Primer Mitrovica MW 2:30-4pm
EPS 100 The Missing Matlab Course: An Intro to Programming and Data Analysis Ishii MW 1-4 (class & lab)
EPS 135 Physics and Chemistry: In the Context of Energy and Climate at the Global and Molecular Level Keutsch TuTh 1-2:30pm GM 105 (Daly Seminar Room)
EPS 160 Space Science and Engineering: Theory and Applications Wordsworth TuTh 10-11:30 Cruft 309
EPS 174 Field Experiences in Earth and Planetary Sciences Macdonald N/A N/A
EPS 186 Low Temperature Geochemistry I: Introduction to biogeochemical cycles Johnston TuTh 10-11:30
EPS 200 Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Jacob TuTh 11:30-1
EPS 202 Mechanics in Earth and Environmental Science Rice MWF 11-12
EPS 204 Earthquake Sources Denolle TuTh 2:30-4
EPS 206 Solid Earth Geochemistry and Cosmochemistry: A Primer Jacobsen

TuTh 2:30-4

EPS 208 Physics of Climate Kuang TuTh 1-2:30
EPS 230 Quantitative Analysis of Past and Present Climate Huybers W 8:30-11:30
EPS 232 Dynamic Meteorology Farrell TuTh 10-11:30
EPS 239 The Consequences of Energy Systems Schrag M 10-12 GM 310 (HUCE Seminar Rm)
EPS 270 Advanced Structural Interpretation Methods Shaw TBA
EPS 274 Field Geology Macdonald N/A N/A
EPS 282 Topics in Stratigraphy and Tectonics


General Education courses taught by EPS Faculty
SPU 14 How to Build a Habitable Planet Langmuir TuTh 1-2:30
SPU 29 The Climate-Energy Challenge Schrag MW 1-2:30 Pierce 301

*Location Key: Cruft=19a Oxford St.; GM=Geological Museum, 24 Oxford St.; Hoff=Hoffman Lab, 20 Oxford St.; MCZ=26 Oxford St.; Maxwell Dworkin=33 Oxford St.; Northwest Labs=52 Oxford St.; Pierce=29 Oxford St.; SC=Science Center, 1 Oxford St.

Prior offerings:
Fall 2015 EPS Courses
Spring 2016 EPS Courses