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The program offers majors in both Environmental Science and Environmental Studies, and minors in each. Major requirements include completion of the required core courses, and choosing and completing a major in either Environmental Studies or Environmental Science. Please see the Track Coordinators for additional information and guidance.

Core courses 

Introduction to Environmental Science, ENVS 100 (4 credits)
Globalization and the Environment, INTD 221; or Environmental Anthropology, ENST 323
Environmental Analysis and Law, ENVS 301 (3 credits)
Integrated Research Methods, ENVS 396 (3 credits)
Senior Seminar, ENVS 496 (1 credit)

Math                                      

Precalculus Mathematics, MATH 085 (3 credits) applicable only to Environmental Studies, or Integrated Precalculus/Calculus, MATH 139 A & B (7 credits), or Calculus and Analytic Geometry I, MATH 141A or MATH 241A (4 credits)

Statistics                  

Elementary Statistics, MATH 80 (3 credits); or Statistics, PSYC/SOC 214 (4 credits)
 

Guidelines for the Environmental Studies Track

Students interested in pursuing graduate work are strongly encouraged to work with their academic advisor.

Students must complete at least  20 credits from the Environmental Studies course list with at least 12 credits at the 300-level or above.

Students may count one of the following January courses toward the Environmental Studies major:

Insects and People, INTD 218;
Environmental Synergisms, INTD 219;
Brazil: A Viable and Sustainable Agricultural and Business Model?INTD 360

Students must complete at least one course from the Environmental Science course list.

Guidelines for the Environmental Science Track

Students must complete at least 20 credits from the Environmental Science course list with at least 12 credits at the 300-level or above. 

Students may count one of the following January courses toward the Environmental Science major:

Insects and People, INTD 218;
Environmental SynergismsINTD 219;
Brazil: A Viable and Sustainable Agricultural and Business Model?INTD 360

Students must complete at least one course from the Environmental Studies course list.

Guidelines for a Minor in either Environmental Science or Environmental Studies

A minor in Environmental Science or Environmental Studies consists of a minimum of 18 credits distributed as follows:

Introduction to Environmental Science, ENVS 100 (4 credits)
Either Globalization and Environment , INTD 221 (4 credits) or Environmental Anthropology, ENST 323 (3 credits)
Environmental Analysis, Policy and Law , ENVS 301 (3 credits)

For a minor in Environmental Sciences, at least two additional 300-level courses in ENVS.

For a minor in Environmental Studies, at least two additional 300-level courses in ENST.

Strongly recommended as preparation for certain courses (consult your advisor):

Elementary Statistics, MATH 080 (3 credits) or Statistics, PSYC/SOC 214 (4 credits)

Note: A student may not minor in both Environmental Science and Environmental Studies.

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