Environmental Studies Minor
The interdisciplinary minor in Environmental Studies provides students with coursework that explores the relationship between humans and the natural environment. The Environmental Studies minor is a great option for any student passionate about the environment and or any student interested in environmental careers or pursuing an environmentally-related graduate degree.
For questions, contact Dr. Erin Largo-Wight, Program Director.
The 12-credit minor includes courses from biology, public health, history, geography, engineering and other disciplines.
The new 12-credit Environmental Studies Minor Program of Study (effective starting Fall 2020).
The 18-credit Environmental Studies Minor Program of Studies (effective prior to Fall 2020).
Approved Substitute Courses
The Environmental Center works with faculty from across the university to create a list of approved courses for each semester.
List of Approved Substitute Courses
A canvas group was created for students in the Environmental Studies minor to help with communication and provide additional resources to students interested in environmental volunteering, internships, careers, graduate school, etc. The Canvas group is open to all students and students enrolled in the Environmental Studies minor will automatically be added to the Environmental Studies Canvas Group.
If you are interested in joining the Canvas group, please contact the Environmental Center.