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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.

Requirements

Required Courses: (15 Credits)

TWO FOLLOWING COURSES: (6 credits)

ENV 100Water, Wildlife and Windmills - An Introduction to Environmental Studies and Sciences

3 credits

ENV 221Environmental Science: The Web of Life

3 credits

THREE courses from the following list: (9 credits)

Note that one course must be 200 level or higher.

ENV 110Nature and Culture: A Study in Connections

3 credits

ENV 112Environmental Studies - Basic Issues

3 credits

ENV 130The Naturalists

3 credits

ENV 205Globalization, Trade and the Environment

3 credits

ENV 211Environmental Assessment

3 credits

ENV 215Foundations of Environmental Law for Non-Lawyers

3 credits

ENV 222Environmental Chemistry: Principles, Problems and Solutions

3 credits

ENV 226Environmental Anthropology

3 credits

ENV 230Natural Beauty: An Introduction to Environmental Aesthetic

3 credits

ENV 235Sustainable Living in Our World

3 credits

ENV 285Food Revolutions: The Politics

3 credits

ECO 310Environmental Economics

3 credits

INT 299JEnvironmental Clinic I

3 credits

PHI 223Environmental Ethics

3 credits

SCI 130Elements of Environmental Science

3 credits

SCI 145Environmental Geology

3 credits

SCI 226Geographical Information Systems

3 credits

Total Credit Hours: 15

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