Outside Courses for AOS Grad Students
The following list gives examples of courses outside of AOS that our grad students have taken in the past. This list is intended only as guidance. You are welcome to take other courses not listed here. Course selection must be approved by your advisor. For descriptions of courses, see the Undergraduate Catalog or the Graduate School Catalog.
Note that 300level courses require approval before being used to satisfy credit requirements for our graduate degrees.
Agnonomy 875  Agroecosystems and
Global Change
CS 302  Introduction to Programming
CS 712  Finite Difference Methods
Env St 400  Special Topics in Environmental Studies
Env St 460  American Environmental History
Env St 461  Environmental Systems Concepts
Env St 528  Past Climates and Climatic Change
Geog 336  Our Hazardous Environment
Geog 527  The Quaternary Period
Geol 594  Introduction to Applied Geophysics
Hist Sci 323  The Scientific Revolution
Hist Sci 623  Studies in Early Modern Science
Hist Sci 905  History of Physics
ME 573  Computational Fluid Dynamics
Math 319  Techniques in Ordinary Differential Equations
Math 321  Applied Mathematical Analysis
Math 415  Applied Dynamical Systems, Chaos and Modeling
Math 419  Intermediate Differential Equations
Math 431  Introduction to the Theory of Probability
Math 615  Introduction to Applied Mathematics and Numerical Analysis
Math 712  Finite Difference Methods
NEEP 602  Hydrodynamics
Stat 301  Introduction to Statistical Methods
Stat 311  Introduction to Mathematical Statistics
Stat 431  Introduction to the Theory of Probability
Stat 471  Introduction to Computational Statistics
