Courses Overview

The public is welcome to attend any of the School's weekly seminars. The Environmental Science and Resource Management Seminar (ESRM 429), the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Seminar (SEFS 529) and the Wildlife Science Seminar (ESRM 455) are offered every Autumn, Winter, and Spring Quarters. In addition, the Silviculture Seminar (SEFS 526) is offered in Spring Quarter.

Undergraduate Course Descriptions:
Environmental Science and Resource Management (ESRM prefix)
Bioresource Science and Engineering (BSE prefix)

Graduate Course Descriptions:
School of Environmental and Forest Sciences (SEFS prefix)

Course Schedules:
ESRM Quarterly Course Schedule
SEFS Classroom Calendar
For questions regarding course schedules, please contact sefsadv@u.washington.edu.

UW Course Resources:
Student Course Evaluations
UW Course Catalog
UW Time Schedule

Student/Academic Policies:
Academic Integrity: Plagiarism, cheating, and other misconduct are serious violations of your contract as a student. We expect that you will know and follow the UW's policies on cheating and plagiarism. Any suspected cases of academic misconduct will be handled according to UW regulations. More information, including definitions and examples, can be found at http://depts.washington.edu/grading/pdf/AcademicResponsibility.pdf.

Academic Misconduct: This page reviews the definitions of academic misconduct, and outlines the steps necessary should a student be accused of cheating, plagiarism, or other academic misconduct. Please note that a faculty member may not unilaterally assign a lower assignment, exam or course grade for these infractions without following this process, as per university regulations and studentsí rights. Updated in 2017 to match new UW regulations.

Undergraduate Satisfactory Progress Policy: This policy outlines the thresholds for satisfactory progress in a major (credit and quarter limits), and the conditions under which a student has a hold or block put on their registration until they submit a petition requesting permission to exceed credit or quarter limits to complete their degree.

Undergraduate Reinstatement after Being Dropped for Low Scholarship:This policy outlines how to initiate reinstatement of a student dropped for low scholarship (that is, did not achieve required GPA thresholds), if that is something the unit wishes to do.

Grade Appeal Process:This policy outlines how the student can appeal a course grade.

Teaching Policies and Resources:
Disability Accommodations: If you anticipate or experience barriers to your learning or full participation in a course based on a physical, learning, or mental health disability, please immediately contact the instructor to discuss possible accommodation(s). A more complete description of the disability policy of the College of the Environment can be found here. If you have, or think you have, a temporary or permanent disability that impacts your participation in any course, please also contact Disability Resources for Students (DRS) at: 206-543-8924 V / 206-543-8925 TDD or uwdss@uw.edu.

Disability Accommodation:This links provides information on how to communicate disability accommodation information within a course syllabus. See also next link.

Sample Syllabus Disability Statement

FERPA: Family Education Rights and Privacy Act regulations

Field Trip Guidelines: Non-registered Individuals:This policy outlines who can - and cannot - attend course field trips, as per UW requirements.

Increasing Course Evaluation Response Rates:This link provides information to course instructors for how to increase their course evaluation response rates.

Resources for Instructors:
Resources for Course Instructors
Field Trip Consent Form