Undergraduate Catalog: 2021-22

Environmental Studies Minor

The Environmental Studies minor is designed for students of any major that have an interest in the environment. Its focus is environmental issues like climate change that must incorporate many disciplines in a breadth of coursework.

Course Requirements

  • ENVS 232 (Intro Env. Sci.), BIOL 191 (Prin. Biol II) or CHEM 141 (Prin. Chem I)
  • At least 11 credit hours from: BIOL 227 (Marine Biol), BIOL 257/259/260 (Bio. Field Stud.), BIOL/ENVS 347 (Invert. Bio.), BIOL/ENVS 353 (For. & Grass. Ecol.), BIOL 366 (Exper. Design & Res. Meth.), BIOL 421 (Ecology), BIOL 439 (Vert. Phys.), BIOL 496/9 (Special Problems) or CHEM 496/9 (Chem Research), CHEM 343 (Env. Chem), ENVS 240 (Intro Sustainable Food Sys.), ENVS 305 (Soil Sci) or SCIE 276 (Geology), ENVS 432 (Adv. Env Sci), ENVS 481 (Env Sci Seminar), ENVS 495 (Env Sci Internship), ENGL 205 (Lit & Natural Env), ENGL 258 (Env. Humanities), HIST 233 (Amer. Env. Hist), SOCI 440 (Nature & Soc.), PHIL 283 (Science & Belief)