Environment Subject Areas

The following courses represent a selection of Environment-related courses at MIT.

From exploring use of natural light and heating in new building construction to understanding how thermal hydraulics can be used to generate cleaner energy, these courses provide resources for understanding the current energy crisis and ways to develop solutions to this world-wide problem.




Environment Subject Areas

Updated within the past 180 days

MIT Course #Course TitleTerm
 3.987Human Origins and EvolutionSpring 2006
 4.175Case Studies in City FormFall 2005
 10.492-1Integrated Chemical Engineering Topics I: Process Control by DesignFall 2004
 10.805JTechnology, Law, and the Working EnvironmentSpring 2006
 11.002JFundamentals of Public PolicyFall 2004
 11.014JAmerican Urban History IIFall 2004
 11.122Environment and SocietyFall 2002
 11.363Civil Society and the EnvironmentSpring 2005
 11.366JPlanning for Sustainable DevelopmentSpring 2006
 11.370Brownfields Policy and PracticeFall 2005
 11.373Science, Politics, and Environmental PolicyFall 2004
 11.375Role of Science and Scientists in Collaborative Approaches to Environmental PolicymakingSpring 2006
 11.493Legal Aspects of Property and Land UseFall 2005
 12.103Strange Bedfellows: Science and Environmental PolicyFall 2005
 17.181Sustainable Development: Theory, Research and PolicySpring 2006
 17.410Globalization, Migration, and International RelationsSpring 2006
 17.422Field Seminar in International Political EconomyFall 2003
 20.102Macroepidemiology (BE.102)Spring 2005
 20.104JChemicals in the Environment: Toxicology and Public Health (BE.104J)Spring 2005
 21A.338JGender, Power, and International DevelopmentFall 2003
 21A.342Environmental StrugglesFall 2004
 21H.206American Consumer CultureFall 2007
 21H.421Introduction to Environmental HistorySpring 2004
 21H.909People and Other AnimalsFall 2005
 21H.968JNature, Environment, and EmpireSpring 2005
 21L.449End of NatureSpring 2002
 21W.775Writing about Nature and Environmental IssuesFall 2006
 SP.723D-Lab: Disseminating Innovations for the Common GoodSpring 2007
 STS.038Energy and Environment in American History: 1705-2005Fall 2006
^ Back to top

Updated within the past 180 days

MIT Course #Course TitleTerm
 1.011Project EvaluationSpring 2005
 1.018JFundamentals of EcologyFall 2003
 1.253JTransportation Policy and Environmental LimitsSpring 2004
 1.725JChemicals in the Environment: Fate and TransportFall 2004
 2.964Economics of Marine Transportation IndustriesFall 2006
 3.080Economic & Environmental Issues in Materials SelectionFall 2005
 4.001JCityScope: New OrleansSpring 2007
 5.92Energy, Environment, and SocietySpring 2007
 10.391JSustainable EnergySpring 2005
 10.805JTechnology, Law, and the Working EnvironmentSpring 2006
 11.002JFundamentals of Public PolicyFall 2004
 11.007Resolving Public DisputesSpring 2005
 11.122Environment and SocietyFall 2002
 11.166Law, Social Movements, and Public Policy: Comparative and International ExperienceFall 2002
 11.302JUrban Design PoliticsSpring 2003
 11.362Environmental Management Practicum: Brownfield RedevelopmentFall 2006
 11.363Civil Society and the EnvironmentSpring 2005
 11.364International Environmental NegotiationFall 2002
 11.366JPlanning for Sustainable DevelopmentSpring 2006
 11.368Environmental JusticeFall 2004
 11.375Role of Science and Scientists in Collaborative Approaches to Environmental PolicymakingSpring 2006
 11.479Water and Sanitation Infrastructure Planning in Developing CountriesSpring 2005
 11.481JAnalyzing & Accounting for Regional Economic ChangeSpring 2005
 11.493Legal Aspects of Property and Land UseFall 2005
 11.540JUrban Transportation PlanningFall 2006
 11.601Introduction to Environmental Policy and PlanningFall 2005
 12.085Seminar in Environmental ScienceSpring 2008
 12.103Strange Bedfellows: Science and Environmental PolicyFall 2005
 14.41Public EconomicsFall 2004
 14.42Environmental Policy and EconomicsSpring 2004
 14.44Energy EconomicsSpring 2007
 14.475Environmental Economics and Government Responses to Market FailureSpring 2005
 15.023JGlobal Climate Change: Economics, Science, and PolicySpring 2008
 17.181Sustainable Development: Theory, Research and PolicySpring 2006
 17.410Globalization, Migration, and International RelationsSpring 2006
 17.422Field Seminar in International Political EconomyFall 2003
 17.547Government and Politics of ChinaFall 2002
 17.559Comparative Security and SustainabilityFall 2004
 21A.338JGender, Power, and International DevelopmentFall 2003
 21A.342Environmental StrugglesFall 2004
 22.033Nuclear Systems Design ProjectFall 2002
 22.812JManaging Nuclear TechnologySpring 2004
 ESD.123JSystems Perspectives on Industrial EcologySpring 2006
 ESD.126Energy Systems and Economic DevelopmentSpring 2001
 ESD.72Engineering Risk-Benefit AnalysisSpring 2007
 SP.721D-Lab: Development, Dialogue and DeliveryFall 2004
 STS.038Energy and Environment in American History: 1705-2005Fall 2006
^ Back to top