Community Based Learning Classes

The following courses include a research, service, or field trip component that involves getting off the Whitman campus and into Walla Walla, the surrounding area, or beyond. If you are interested in seeing how your classroom learning is applicable to the "real world" and how experiences outside the classroom can reinforce what you're learning at Whitman, you might consider taking one of these courses.

  • Regional Natural History, Biology 115
  • Plant Biology, Biology 122
  • Ecology of the American West, Biology 177
  • Natural History of the Inland Northwest, Biology 212
  • Regional Biology, Biology 256
  • Introduction to Environmental Chemistry, Chemistry 100
  • Environmental Chemistry & Science, Chemistry 388
  • Crime & Punishment, Economics 266
  • Child Language Development, Education 340
  • Introduction to Environmental Studies, Environmental Studies 120
  • Interdisciplinary Fieldwork: A Wallowa County Almanac (Summer 2011), Environmental Studies 459
  • Environmental Citizenship and Leadership, Environmental Studies 479
  • Geologic History of the Pacific Northwest, Geology 120
  • Regional Geology, Geology 158
  • Environmental Geology, Geology 210
  • Hydrology, Geology 301
  • Geomorphology, Geology 350
  • Field Geology of the Northwest, Geology 358
  • Whitman in the Global Food System, Politics 119
  • Practicum in Psychology, Psycology 353
  • Applied Psychology, Psychology 356
  • Race & Ethnic Group Relations, Sociology 267
  • The Sociology of Prisons & Punishment, Sociology 294
  • Field Laboratory in Applied Sociology, Sociology 300
  • Environmental Sociology, Sociology 309
  • Environmental Social Movements, Sociology 349