Jun 18, 2024  

Environmental Studies Minor

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The Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies Minor Program (18 hours) is intended to provide all students with the opportunity to obtain a broad-based knowledge of the environmental issues facing our planet; knowledge that spans the biological-physical threats and solutions, as well as behavioral, social, economic, and design implications. The Environmental Studies Program fosters interdisciplinary study among diverse course offerings in Anthropology, Architecture, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Economics, Philosophy, Physics, and Political Science.


Students Pursuing Behavioral-Humanistic-Design Emphasis

Students pursuing behavioral-humanistic-design emphasis must select two courses (6 hours) from the following offerings:

Students Pursuing an Environmental Science Emphasis

Students pursuing an environmental science emphasis must select two courses (6 hours) in different disciplines from the following offerings:

All Environmental Studies Students

All Environmental Studies students also select three elective courses (9 hours) from any of the remaining requirement options in any of the other sections above OR any of the following offerings OR any additional related electives with the advisor’s approval:

Additional Requirements

In addition to these elective courses, all Environmental Studies students are required to take one core course:

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