Environmental Studies

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES MINOR

The environmental studies minor is an interdisciplinary concentration that encourages students to design their own course of study from a wide variety of subject areas that complement their major.

Required Courses: 15

Credits

ENV

111 Environmental Studies: Economic, Ethical and Political Perspectives

3

ENV 221 Environmental Science: The Web of Life

3

Choose THREE courses from the following:

9

ENV

110 Nature and Culture: A Study of Connections

(3)

ENV

112 Environmental Studies: Basic Issues

(3)

ENV

130 The Naturalists

(3)

ENV

205 Globalization, Trade and the Environment

(3)

ENV 211 Environmental Assessment

(3)

ENV 215 Foundations of Environmental Law: Introduction for Non-Lawyers

(3)

ENV 222 Environmental Science: Principles, Problems, and Solutions

(3)

ENV 220 Charles Darwin on Ecology

(3)

ENV 230 Natural Beauty: An Introduction to Environmental Aesthetics

(3)

ENV 296 Topics in Environmental Studies

(3)

ENV 310 Environmental Economics

(3)

ENV 311 Introduction to Environmental Law: History & Development of Environmental Regulation

(3)

EDU 190 Introduction to Environmental Education

(3)

PHI 223 Environmental Ethics

(3)

POL 301 Workshop: Community, Environment and Politics

(3)

RES 296 World Religions and the Natural World

(3)

SCI 130 Elements on Environmental Science

(3)

SCI  145 Environmental Geology

(3)

Note: this list is subject to change by the inclusion of new courses that complement environmental studies.  

Total credits

15