Environmental Studies [RSENR] (Bachelor of Science)
Environmental Studies is an interdisciplinary major which combines required core courses with a self-designed program of study chosen to meet individual learning goals. The Environmental Studies core courses include perspectives of the sciences, social sciences, and humanities in local, national, and global contexts.
A total of 120 credits is required for the degree.
Required courses: ENVS 001, ENVS 002, ENVS 151; nine credits of a senior capstone; and thirty credits of approved environmentally-related courses* at the 100- or 200-level, including three credits at the 200-level, with at least one environmentally-related course in each of the following areas: natural sciences, humanities, social sciences, and international studies (may be fulfilled with study abroad experience).
*These courses are in addition to the RSENR core and general education requirements.
- Colleges and Schools: The Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources. College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. College of Arts and Sciences.
- Departments and Programs: Environmental Studies Program.