Course Finder

As of August 2017, E²SHI will no longer update this section. The below Course Finder is for reference to give you an illustration of the type of courses that may be available at Johns Hopkins University.

Students and faculty looking for current environment and energy courses are encouraged to visit the SIS Course Search or talk to a faculty member focused on energy.

 

Looking for courses in specific topic areas? Enter the topic in the keywords bar below to search for specific areas. For multiple words, use quotation marks, e.g. "energy policy."

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If sea level is a constant, your coastal infrastructure is your most valuable real estate, and it makes sense to invest in it, but with sea level rising, it becomes a money pit.
— William Stiles, executive director of Wetlands Watch, Norfolk VA. Nov 25, 2010