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Degree Requirements 2017-2018

Environmental Studies Major

Standard Track Requirements

Core courses:

ENV 100 – Environmental Connections

ENV 120 – Environmental Science

SWK 210 – Environmental Justice and Social Change

POL 241 – Environmental and River Politics

or ENV 310 – Environmental Politics Field Seminar

or POL 325 – Politics and Public Policy

or POL/WST 341 – Globalization, Social Struggle and the Environment (CGE)

or SOC 381 – City and Regional Planning

COM 260 – Environmental Communication

or REL/WST 313 – Environmental Theology and Ethics (CGE)

HIS 316 – Nature, Cities, and Justice: U.S. Urban Environmental History

ECO 365 – Environmental Economics

ENV Internship (ENV 396, 397, 398, or 399)

ENV 492 – The City and Environment Keystone

or ENV 490 – Environmental Studies Independent Project (Keystone)

Biology requirements:

BIO 151 – Introductory Biology

BIO 152 – Ecology, Evolution and Diversity

BIO 481 – Ecology

Chemistry requirements:

CHM 115 – General Chemistry I

CHM 116 – General Chemistry II

HECUA Track Requirements

ENV 100 – Environmental Connections

SWK 210 – Environmental Justice and Social Change

COM 260 – Environmental Communication

or REL/WST 313 – Environmental Theology and Ethics (CGE)

HIS 316 – Nature, Cities, and Justice: U.S. Urban Environmental History

INS 345, INS 346, INS 399 – (HECUA Environmental Sustainability Semester, four courses: Adaptive Ecosystem Management; Social Dimensions of Environmental Change, Field/Research Methods and Investigation, Internship and Integration Seminar)

ENV 492 – The City and Environment Keystone

or ENV 490 – Environmental Studies Independent Project (Keystone)

Biology requirements:

BIO 151 – Introductory Biology

BIO 152 – Ecology, Evolution, and Diversity

BIO 481 – Ecology

Chemistry requirements:

CHM 115 – General Chemistry I

CHM 116 – General Chemistry II

Environmental Studies Minor

Five courses:

ENV 100 – Environmental Connections

ENV 120 – Environmental Science

Complete three courses from at least two of the four divisions:

Humanities

COM 260 – Environmental Communication

ENL 270 – Themes

HIS 316 – Nature, Cities, and Justice: U.S. Urban Environmental History

REL/WST 313 – Environmental Theology and Ethics (CGE)

 

Social Sciences

ECO 365 – Environmental Economics

ENV 310 – Environmental Politics Field Seminar

POL 241 – Environmental and River Politics

POL 325 – Politics and Public Policy

POL/WST 341 – Globalization, Social Struggle and the Environment (CGE)

SOC 380 – Disaster and Resilience

 

Professional Studies

SWK 210 – Environmental Justice and Social Change

 

Natural Sciences

BIO 152 – Evolution, Ecology, and Diversity

BIO 481 – Ecology

CHM 115 – General Chemistry I

Graduation Skills

Graduation skills in Critical Thinking (CT), Quantitative Reasoning (QR), Speaking (S), and Writing (W) are embedded throughout the offered courses and are met by completing the major.

Transfer students must consult an advisor about potential adjustments to their course requirements to fulfill each of these skills.

 

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