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Environmental Studies Minor

Students taking a break after a tough climb

Grow in your knowledge of how the environment around us works

Enter this fast-growing and dynamic field and directly address some of the most significant programs related to human impact on the environment. This minor allows students to explore the relationship between their major course of study and the compelling contemporary issues facing the Earth. This program requires 23 total credits.

Course Title
BIO 117 Introduction to Environmental Science
BIO 217

Environmental Ethics

CHE 105 Contemporary Topics in Chemistry 
or CHE 106, Practical Chemistry for Life 
or CHE 121, General Chemistry and CHE 121L, Laboratory for General Chemistry I
GLG 101

Physical Geology

POL 105 American National Government 
or POL 106, Introduction to Politics
POL 209 Public Policy Analysis
___ Two courses to be selected from: BIO 395 (environmental emphasis), 409, 465 (environmental emphasis); BMS 215; HIS 225; SLR 105 (environmental stewardship)

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