Environmental Studies and Sustainability Major
Provides an introduction to quantitative and qualitative methods of assessing and analyzing humankind’s impact upon the environment.
As a requirement for graduation, all non-teaching earth, environmental and geographical sciences department majors must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.25 for all courses constituting the major curriculum. Exceptions must be requested via petition to the department's appeal committee.
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- Total Credits Required for Degree120
- General Education30-40
- Required Courses in Major58
- Core Courses50
- Choose 8 credit from the following:8
- EC 425 International Economics (4 cr.)
- EC 460 Economic Development (4 cr.)
- GC 202 Soils (4 cr.)
- Study Abroad (4 cr.)*
- GC 303 Practicing Geography (4 cr.)
- GC 316 Geography of Tourism (4 cr.)
- GC 317 Geography of Food Systems (4 cr.)
- GC 362 Wetlands (4 cr.)
- GC 424 Environmental Justice (4 cr.)
- GC 470 Environmental Ethics (4 cr.)
- GC 491 Internship (2-6 cr.)
- PS 206 International Relations (4 cr.)
- *Study abroad may be substituted for GC 300 with advisor approval.
- This major does not require a minor.