Courses

ANTH X434.05 - Native American Rock Art Field Experience
ARC X430 - Rock Art Documentation Methods
ART X454.5 - Botanical Illustration of Desert Flora
BIOL X404 - Birds of Joshua Tree National Park
BIOL X404.2 - Birds of the Mojave Desert
BIOL X404.21 - Bird Life of the Eastern Mojave: Spring Migration
BIOL X404.22 - Post Fire Restoration Monitoring in Joshua Tree National Park
BIOL X404.4 - Introduction to Bird-Banding
BIOL X404.5 - Advanced Bird-Banding
BIOL X404.8 - Field Study of Birds: Southeast Arizona
BIOL X404.9 - Birds of Anza-Borrego
BIOL X405 - A Field Study of Birds: Fall
BIOL X405.1 - A Field Study of Birds: Winter
BIOL X406 - A Field Study of Birds: Spring
BIOL X409.2 - The Amazing World of Bats: Natural History and Ecology
BIOL X410.1 - Mammal Tracking in the East Mojave
BIOL X412.10 - Desert Bighorn Sheep
BIOL X412.14 - The Desert Tortoise: A Natural History
BIOL X412.18 - Desert Tortoise Conservation Biology
BIOL X412.19 - Desert Invertebrate Diversity Great and Small - a Macro Photography and Microscopy Primer
BIOL X412.2 - Ecology of the Coachella Valley
BIOL X412.28 - Biological Soil Crusts of Joshua Tree National Park
BIOL X412.3 - Ecology of the Palm Oasis
BIOL X412.4 - Ecology of Joshua Tree National Park
BIOL X412.5 - Ecology of the Joshua Tree
BIOL X413.1 - Citizen Science: Phenological Monitoring in Joshua Tree National Park
BIOL X414.5 - Lizards & Snakes of the East Mojave
BIOL X414.51 - Snakes of the Desert: Mystery and Intrigue
BIOL X425.21 - Wildlife of the San Jacinto Mountains: The Upper Plateau
BIOL X425.28A - Natural and Cultural History of the Mojave National Preserve: Soda Lake to Kelso Dunes -- The Low Country
BIOL X425.28B - Natural and Cultural History of the Mojave National Preserve: Clark Mountain to Mitchell Caverns -- The High Country
BIOL X425.29 - From Playas to Pines: The Diverse Landscapes and Habitats of the Eastern Mojave
BIOL X430 - Wildlife of North American Deserts
BIOL X431.7 - Natural History of the Channel Islands: Santa Rosa and Eastern Santa Cruz Islands
BIOL X431.8 - Natural History of the Channel Islands: Central Santa Cruz and Anacapa Islands
BPSC X419 - Introduction to Plant Identification and Ecology
BPSC X420 - Desert Flora
BPSC X420.4 - Citizen Science and the Race North: Population Ecology of Joshua Trees In an Era of Climate Change
BPSC X420.5 - Flora of Joshua Tree National Park: Wildflowers
BPSC X420.6 - Desert Plant Ecology
BPSC X421.1 - Wildflowers of the Desert Foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains
BPSC X423 - Natural History of the Ancient Bristlecone Pine
BPSC X423.5 - Conifers of Southern California
BPSC X423.6 - Oaks of Southern California
BPSC X426 - Chaparral of Southern California
EDUC X441 - STEAM Creativity Inspired by Joshua Tree National Park
EDUC X442 - Demystifying the Park: Student Agency and Joshua Tree National Park
ENTM X405 - Insects and Other Arthropods of the East Mojave Desert
ENTM X405.1 - Insects and Other Arthropods of the Morongo Basin
GEO X425 - Deserts of the World
GEO X425.1 - Rocks and Minerals of Joshua Tree National Park
GEO X440.2 - Field Study of the San Andreas Fault: San Bernardino to Palmdale
GEO X440.3 - Field Study of the San Andreas Fault: San Bernardino to Mecca Hills
GEO X448 - Geology and Volcanic Hazards of Mammoth Mountain
GEO X451 - Geology and Natural History of Death Valley
GEO X451.1 - Geology and Natural History of Northern Death Valley
GEO X453 - Geology and Geomorphology of Death Valley
GEO X460.1 - Geology and Natural History of Yosemite: A Weekend of Discovery
GEO X460.2 - Geology and Natural History of the Eastern Sierra
GEO X460.3 - Geology and Natural History of the Anza-Borrego Desert
GEO X460.4 - Geology: Creation of the Joshua Tree Landscape
GEO X460.6 - Geology and Natural History of Hawaii
GEO X460.79 - Geology and Natural History of Yellowstone
GEO X460.9 - Geology of the Basin and Range Province
GSC X460.8 - Introduction to Geology and Paleontology of the Anza-Borrego Desert