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ARCHIVED 2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
ARCHIVED 2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Environmental Studies, Science and the Environment Track, B.A.

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Environmental Studies gives students a detailed understanding of complex environmental issues at the local, regional, national and global level using the diverse tools and perspectives of the natural and social sciences, humanities and business. 

For additional information and courses in this program, see Environmental Studies .

Major Requirements

*Note: Experiential Component tied to ENVI 375/475

All students must complete an Experiential Component in order to gain hands-on experience in some aspect of Environmental Studies outside of the classroom, such as an independent research project, an activism project or an internship. A professor from the Environmental Studies faculty will serve as the faculty mentor for each project. See the Environmental Studies program coordinator for the proposal and project approval process.

Students enroll in ENVI 375 - Symposium in Environmental Experiential Component  to participate as an observer and questioner. Students then enroll in ENVI 475 - Symposium in Environmental Experiential Component  to present the findings from their experiential project.


Twenty-four credit hours to include at least twelve at the 300-level from the following:

Additional Requirements for the B.A. Degree

Students must demonstrate elementary competence in a foreign language. For more information, see the B.A. Degree Requirements  within the Academic Regulations section of this catalog.

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