Major Requirements for a B.A. in Environmental Studies
In addition to meeting the course requirements for each respective
major, all students must also fulfill the General Education requirements
for the Undergraduate College. The Bachelor of Arts degree in
Environmental Studies requires 120 credits.
General Education Requirements 57 to 58 credits
Six credits of courses required for the Environmental Studies Major can be applied to General Education requirements.
*This course cross-lists with PSC-0220. Students may also consider
taking BUS-0220, Statistics I, which cross-lists with MAT-0215.
|Required Courses 38 credits
||Science Issues Laboratory
||Global Environmental Issues
||The Politics of Sustainability
||Public Policy Analysis
||Social Science Methodology
||Environmental Studies Integration Seminar
*This course cross-lists with PSC-0221. Students may also take BUS-0221, Statistics II which cross-lists with MAT-0216.
|Recommended Supporting Courses|
|BUS-0100||Legal Environment of Business I||3 credits|
|BUS-0150||Legal Environment of Business II||3 credits|
|COM-0233||Technical Writing||3 credits|
|ECO-0100||Introduction to Macro-economics||3 credits|
|ECO-L100||Macro-economics Problems and Applications||1 credit|
|ECO-0101||Introduction to Micro-economics||3 credits|
|ECO-L101||Micro-economics Problems and Applications||1 credit|
|ENG-0280||Environmental Literature||3 credits|
|HIS-0235||Environmental History||3 credits|
|PHI-0120||Critical Thinking||3 credits|
|PSY-0221||Inferential Statistics*||3 credits|
|PSC-0340||Conflict Resolution**||3 credits|
**Students may also take SOC-0330 Social Mediation & Dispute Resolution.
credit hours are electives and can consist of environmental science courses, but
should not be limited to those particular disciplines.