DeCal-class-2011For UC Berkeley classes:
Admission to the Garden is free to UC Berkeley faculty, staff and students with ID.  UC classes are always welcome to use the Garden for educational purposes, but advanced scheduling is strongly recommended to ensure that your visit is as smooth as possible. To schedule a visit to the Garden, please complete the College Course Use Request Form.

For non-UCB classes:
If you wish to use the Garden as part of your class, please complete the College Course Use Request Form to request gratis admission and return by email or fax to (510)-642-5045. Advanced notice is required. You will be contacted only if there is a conflict with your request.

If you have questions about how the Garden can support your instruction, whether at Berkeley or another school’s degree program, please contact our Tour Coordinator at (510) 643-7265 for assistance.

 


The UC Botanical Garden has been utilized by the following UC Berkeley classes or departments for teaching purposes:

Anthropology, Archeobotanical Lab

CAL Nerds (CE3) , Cal Nerds Summer Research Group Activity

Department of Art Practice, Language of Drawing

Department of Art Practice, Art 21, Introduction to Photography

Department of Art Practice, Art 26: Moving Image Media Production

Department of Art Practice, UCB Art Practice Art 12

Department of Art Practice, UCB Experimental Printmaking

Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, ESPM 100ES

Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, Plant Ecology Lab IB 154L

Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, ESPM 117 Urban Garden Ecosystems

Earth & Planetary Sciences, Cal students, EPS 80

Earth & Planetary Sciences, EPS 80 Environmental Earth Science

History Dept, Museums of Berkeley, freshman seminar

Haas School of Business Management Organization Program

Integrative Biology, IB 102, California Plant Life

Integrative Biology, Biology 1B course

Integrative Biology, IB 117 LF, Medical ethnobotany

Integrative Biology, Plant Ecology Lab IB 154L

Landscape Architecture, Landscape Plants: Identification and Use, LD ARCH 112

Landscape Architecture, LA 110

Landscape Architecture, Introduction to Environmental Design

Landscape Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning, LA 110- Ecological Analysis

Materials Science and Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering 39A, Berkeley Experience seminar

Mechanical Engineering

Molecular and Cell Biology

Evolution and Ecology of Development (PMB/IB C109)

Plant and Microbial Biology, Comparative Plant Morphology, PMB/FBC107L

Plant and Microbial Biology, Plant Microbial Biology, Integrative Biology

Principles of Plant Morphology, PMB107L

School of Public Health, MPH students

Summer English Language Studies, Language, Culture and Environmental Issues class.

Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, ESPM 90

Academic Talent Development Program at the Graduate School of Education, AP Biology SD3679

College Writing Programs, ESL Grammar & Editing, ESL 6E

College Writing Programs, SELI

College Writing Programs, ESL 8 Sec 10

College Writing Programs, Summer Writing SELS 16

DeCal Course, Intro to Organic Gardening and Food Justice, ESPM 98/198

DeCal Course, Strawberry Creek Restoration

Energy and Resources Group, ENERES 101, Ecology & Society, Summer Session C2017

Graduate School of Education, UCB Grad School of Educ., DTE (Developmental Teacher Education) program, Science Methods for Teaching in the Elementary Classroom

Graduate School of Education, Principal Leadership Institute

Graduate School of Education, EDUC 271E, 262H, Issues in Urban Education

Graduate School of Education, Principal Leadership Institute, 262H/271E

Graduate School of Education, Urban School Leadership and Management

Summer Language Institute, Language, Culture and Environmental Issues class

 

The UC Botanical Garden has been utilized by the following colleges and universities for teaching purposes:

Academy of Pain Research, Chinese Herbal Medicine for Physicians

Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College, Herbology Course: Oriental Medicine, CP 503

American River College, Department of Natural Resources, California Wildflowers [NATR 332]

Berkeley City College, Science Dept., Division of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Geog B2L Physical Geography Lab Class #24098

Berkeley City College, Art 20/22/24 Drawing, Art 50/52/54 Painting

Berkeley City College, Biology 1B, Botanical Review session

California College of the Arts, Critical Studies, SCIMA-100 Plant Matters

California College of the Arts, Critical Studies Dept, PHCRT 300, Troubling Domestication

California College of the Arts, Life Drawing as Landscape, PNTDR-104-01

California College of the Arts, CCA, Extended Education Dept, Intermediate to Advanced Painting

California College of the Arts, Explorations of Color Through Painting, EXPNT-1510-01

California College of the Arts, Core Dept, Hand Production

California College of the Arts, Intro to Textiles

California School of Herbal, Botany Department, Roots of Herbalism

California State University East Bay, Pre-MBA students

Center for Tibetan Wellness and Healing, Department of Tibetan Medicine, Doctoral of Acupunture & Oriental Medicine Course

City College of San Francisco, Bio 14 – Plant Ecology

College of Alameda, Biology 1B

College of Marin, Environmental Landscaping, ELND 115S

Contra Costa College, Biology Department, Biosc 141

Diablo Valley College, Horticulture Department, HORT 110: Introduction to Hort

Diablo Valley College, Horticulture Department, Tree ID, Hort – 141L

Diablo Valley College, Math and Science (Bio), BIOSC 131,  Principles of Organismal Biology, Evolution and Ecology

Holy Names University, Biology – Plant Diversity & Conservation, BIOL 128L

Jepson Herbarium, Introduction to Plant Morphology for the Botanically-Curious

Laney College, Biology 1B – General Biology II

Las Positas College, Biology 1A General Bio

Las Positas College, Biology, Botany 1

Merced Community College, Diversity of Life: Morphology and Physiology – Bio 4B

Merced Community College, Biology Dept, Diversity of Life: Morphology and Physiology, Biology 04B

Merced Community College, Biology 04B #1111

Merrit College, Merritt College Landscape Hort, LH2 Tree ID

Merritt College, Botanical Drawing Art 166-16

Merritt College, Landscape Hort, Mediterrenean Plants

Merritt College Biology Department, Biology 1B for majors

Merritt College, Landscape Horticulture, Merritt College Landscape Hort, LH 208 Herbs

Merritt College, Landscape Horticulture, Fall Native Plant ID – LH5A

Merritt College, Landscape Horticulture, Merritt College Landscape Hort, LH2 Tree ID

Merritt College, Landscape Horticulture, Intro to Landscape Horticulture, LH1

Merritt College, Landscape Horticulture,  Mediterranean Plants, LH40

Merritt College, Landscape Horticulture, Native Plants

Mills College, Plant Ecology, Bio 155

Modesto Junior College, Agriculture and Natural Sciences, EHS 202 – Plant ID and Usage

Modesto Junior College, Biology Dept. Botany 101

Ohlone Center of Herbal Studies, Botany Dept, Herbalism

San Francisco State University, Department of Biology, Plant Taxonomy, Bio 514/814

St. Mary’s College, Environmental & Earth Sciences, EES 094-Becoming a Change Agent

UC Berkeley Extension, Landscape Architecture, Art & Design, Spring Plants and Applications, X444

UC Berkeley Extension, Landscape Architecture, Art & Design, Autumn Plants and Applications, x446

UC Berkeley Extension, Integrative Biology, General Biology Lab 2 (XIS.1B), California Ecosystems

UC Davis Arboretum, Gateways Outreach Program

UC Davis Botany Club, UC Davis Botany Club, UC Davis Plant Biology Department

UC Davis Department of Plant Sciences, Plant Biology and Plant Sciences, PLB 116

UC Davis Department of Plant Sciences, Morphology and Evolution of Vascular Plants, PLB 116/PLS 116