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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Bloomberg School of Public Health

Advanced Environmental Health

Program Type: Graduate   Course Number: PH.180.612   Credits: 4   Semester: Fall

Location: East Baltimore Campus   Date and Time: TTh 8:30AM - 10:20AM
Instructor(s): M. Trush  

Air, Water and Food Toxins

Program Type: Graduate   Course Number: PH.182.641   Credits: 3   Semester: Fall

Location: Barcelona, Spain   Date and Time: ThF 8:30AM - 6:00PM
Instructor(s): Dept. Faculty  

Airborne Particles

Program Type: Graduate   Course Number: PH.182.615 (01)   Credits: 4   Semester: Spring

Location: East Baltimore Campus   Date and Time: WF 1:30PM - 3:20PM
Instructor(s): K. Koehler  

Applying the Social Ecological Model in Tobacco Control and Climate Change

Program Type: Graduate   Course Number: PH.410.645   Credits: 3   Semester: Fall

Location: East Baltimore Campus   Date and Time: MW 9:00AM - 10:20AM
Instructor(s): J. Kreslake, F. Stillman  

Aquaculture, Seafood, and Public Health

Program Type: Graduate   Course Number: PH.180.617   Credits: 1   Semester: Summer

Location: East Baltimore   Date and Time: Sa 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Instructor(s): D. Love  

Baltimore Food Systems: A Case Study of Urban Food Environments

Program Type: Graduate   Course Number: PH.180.655 (01)   Credits: 4   Semester: Spring

Location: East Baltimore   Date and Time: WF 10:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Instructor(s): R. Neff, A. Palmer  

Climate Change Adaptation in Public Health: Large World Cities

Program Type: Graduate   Course Number: PH.317.700   Credits: 3   Semester: Fall

Location: Barcelona, Spain   Date and Time: MTW 8:30AM - 6:00PM
Instructor(s): M. Sheehan  

Climate Change and Public Health

Program Type: Graduate   Course Number: PH.180.607 (81)   Credits: 3   Semester: Spring

Location: Online   Date and Time: Unknown
Instructor(s): C. Parker  

Current Issues in Public Health

Program Type: Graduate   Course Number: PH.550.862   Credits: 1   Semester: Fall

Location: Online   Date and Time: Unknown
Instructor(s): E. Schoenrich  

Energy, Environment and Public Health

Program Type: Graduate   Course Number: PH.180.651 (01)   Credits: 2   Semester: Spring

Location: East Baltimore   Date and Time: M 1:30PM - 3:20PM
Instructor(s): S. Chaitkin  

Environment and Health in Low and Middle Income Countries

Program Type: Graduate   Course Number: PH.180.602 (01)   Credits: 2   Semester: Spring

Location: East Baltimore   Date and Time: F 1:30PM - 3:20 PM
Instructor(s): S. Chakraborty, C. George, P. Penataro Yori  

Environmental Health

Program Type: Graduate   Course Number: PH.180.601   Credits: 5   Semester: Summer

Location: East Baltimore   Date and Time: MWF 1:30PM - 3:20PM
Instructor(s): J. Groopman, J. Links, B. Schwartz  

Environmental Health

Program Type: Graduate   Course Number: PH.180.601 (81)   Credits: 5   Semester: Spring

Location: Online   Date and Time: N/A
Instructor(s): Unknown  

Environmental Justice: Concepts, Methods, and Practice

Program Type: Graduate   Course Number: PH.180.625   Credits: 3   Semester: Spring

Location: East Baltimore   Date and Time: WF 1:30PM - 2:50PM
Instructor(s): C. Heaney  

Food Production, Public Health and the Environment

Program Type: Graduate   Course Number: PH.180.620   Credits: 4   Semester: Fall

Location: East Baltimore Campus   Date and Time: Online
Instructor(s): R. Lawrence, K. Nachman, P. Walker  

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The correlation between poverty and obesity can be traced to agricultural policies and subsidies.
— Michael Pollan, The Omnivore's Dilemma