All students must meet the University Requirements.

All students must meet the College Requirements.

Major Requirements

31 credits including:

ENVS 001SU: Intro to Envrnmtl Studies4
ENVS 002D2:SU:Solutions in Env Studies4
ENVS 101Academic Planning Workshop1
Breadth Requirements. These courses are not intended to fulfill the distribution requirements in the College of Arts and Sciences.
BCOR 102
SU:Ecology and Evolution
NR 103
Ecology, Ecosystems & Environ
ENVS 165
Enviro Literature, Arts, Media
ENVS 167/HST 067
D2: Global Env History
ENVS 178
Environmental Ethics
Intro to Ecological Economics
EC 133
SU:Economics Envirnmntl Policy
ENVS 143/GEOG 173
Political Ecology
ENVS 142
Intro to Environmental Policy
Independently Designed Coursework, Research, and/or Internship from approved environment-related offerings. Students are encouraged to bundle these credits into: a concentrated study of courses in a particular interest; a capstone/culminating experience in research thesis, internship, or creative project; approved study abroad courses; or a generalist combination of courses, internship, independent study and research.
3 credits at any level3
4 credits at or above the 100-level4
3 credits at the 200-level3