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Environmental Studies Minor


Environmental studies explore how humans interact with the natural world, with a focus on addressing complex world problems. Students at UNF have multiple options for incorporating Environmental Studies into their curriculum, including field research, special topics courses and the Environmental Studies minor.

Below are some of the options available to students interested in environmental studies. Students interested in learning more should enroll in the in the Environmental Studies Canvas group, which includes resources and updates on courses, scholarships, internships and other opportunities.


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 interested in environmental careers or pursing an environmentally related graduate degree.

The 12-credit minor includes courses from biology, public health, history, geography, engineering and other disciplines. Students choose courses from a menu and can double-count up to two courses for both their major.

Visit the UNF Undergraduate Catalog to view the program of study and accepted courses.


Students who have questions about the minor may contact the Environmental Center.