of the Structure of the Program:
It is a single,
interdisciplinary, integrated course, for the equivalent of a student’s normal 4-course load.
receive credit for:
ES 330 (Environmental Distruption and Policy Analysis)
ES 335 (Analysis and Management of the Aquatic Environment)
ES 310 (Applied Estuarine Management)
ES 501 (Independent research)
Students from other majors or with other needs will work with
faculty to customize their course credit
The course involves
classroom activities, com
work research, independent research, and travel within the Chesapeake Bay
watershed and lower Mississippi River Basin, including:
Nine weeks of
study in Chesapeake Bay watershed (8 at home and 1 week within the
mainstream of the Bay).
Three weeks of
study in the lower Mississippi River Basin including travel through the Western Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Tennessee, and Mississippi portions of the basin.
most of which will be centered on community-defined environmental
problems and done in conjunction with ALLARM.
For more information, see Frequently Asked Questions.
Click here to view a presentation by Prof. Wilderman outlining the Luce Semester: