Courses

The list below is a complete list of courses for the International MA Program.  Not all courses are offered every year.
 
Please refer to the program of study for information on credit hours and coursework requirements for completion of the degree.

For updated classroom location and course dates please refer to the Student Calendar.

 
All courses are 2 credits unless otherwise noted.

Key:
I - Introductory course
C - Core course
S - Seminar
E - Elective

 

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(S) Seminar: National environmental challenges in Israel
Year-Long Course
(S) Seminar: Global environmental issues
Year-Long Course
(S) Research seminar - 4 credits (includes Final Project)
Year-Long Course
(I) Global warming: Connecting the dots
Fall Semester
(I) Essentials in Introductory Ecology: The Israeli perspective
Fall Semester
(I) Environmentalism: Ethical and cultural perspectives
Fall Semester
(C) Environmental Health
Fall Semester
(I) Understanding environmental data
Fall Semester
(C) Environmental policy and sustainable development
Fall Semester
(E) Environmental Law (Faculty of Law course)
Fall Semester
(E) Physical and hydrological aspects of transboundary water resources management in Israel and in the Middle East
Fall Semester
(I) Environmental economics
Spring semester
(C) Climate change and the hydrological cycle in the Mediterranean basin
Spring semester
(C) Changes in ways of perceiving the environment with the shift to agriculture
Spring semester
(C) Marine systems of the Mediterranean region: Environmental challenges
Spring semester
(E) Internship
Spring semester
(E) Environment, Conflict and Cooperation in the Middle East: From threat to opportunity - 3 credits
Spring semester
(E) Policy and political aspects of transboundary water resources management in Israel and the Middle East
Spring semester
Environmental Aspects of Bioengineering
Spring semester
(E) Problems of globalization in the third world: Effects on women and the environment
Summer semester
(E) Solid Waste Production & Management
Summer semester
(E) Sustainability and the City
Summer semester
(E) Sustainable energy for the 21st century: challenges and opportunities
Summer semester
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