Environmental Studies [CAS] (Bachelor of Arts)
Thirty-eight credits including ENVS 001, ENVS 002, ENVS 151, ENVS 201, and six credits of ENVS 202 and/or ENVS 203; plus an Individually-Designed Program containing 18 credits of approved environmentally-related courses at 100 or higher level, including three credits at the 200-level, six credits of Environmental Studies courses, with at least one course in each of these areas*: environmentally-related natural sciences, humanities, social sciences, and international studies (may be fulfilled by study abroad experience). The courses of the Individually-Designed Program combine, along with the senior project and thesis, to provide a coherent major for the student.
(*) Students are cautioned that courses approved in these areas by Environmental Studies are not intended to fulfill the distribution requirements in the College of Arts and Sciences.
- Colleges and Schools: College of Arts and Sciences. College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. The Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources.
- Departments and Programs: Environmental Studies.