Oct 17, 2019
The Environmental Studies Minor is a 16-hour interdisciplinary program compatible with any major. It offers students an integrated overview of environmental and natural resource fields.
Approved Non-Science Electives
(The below list is a sample of offerings. Please use the “Attribute Type” when searching the Schedule of Classes to find other approved courses).
- ECON 421 - Environment, Economics and Policy
- ENGL 205 - Lit. & Moral Imagination: Literature & the Environment
- ENGL 348 - Literature & the Environment
- HIST 123 - African History I
- HIST 171 - US Environmental History
- HIST 398 - History of Agriculture
- HIST 399 - Green Urbanism
- HIST 400 - History of Agriculture
- HIST 436 - Urban Ecologies and Economics
- PHIL 200 - Philosophical Perspectives: Philosophy and Ecology Konopka only
- PHIL 387 - Topics in Contemporary Philosophy Konopka only
- PHIL 392 - Philosophy of Nature
- POLI/HIST 316 - Globalization
- SOCI 240 - Population and Globalization
- SUST 301 - Cultural Studies and Sustainability
- SUST 465 - Topics in Sustainability: Renewable Energy and Economies Bertaux only
- THEO 245 - God Creation and Ecology
- THEO 332 - Sacred Ground and New Story/Cosmology
- THEO 360 - Consumption as a Problem
- THEO 388 - Theology and Ecology
- THEO 396 - Native American Lifeways
- A 2.000 cumulative average must be attained in all these courses.
- Information regarding the minor can be obtained from the co-directors, whose names are noted in each semester’s schedule of classes.