2019-2020 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

Environmental Studies Minor 16+ credits

This minor offers students the opportunity to explore environmental issues from a multidisciplinary approach. A total of 12 credits beyond general education are required. Several courses with significant field-based learning experiences, in addition to laboratory courses, exist. This minor is a good choice for anyone wanting to broaden and deepen their knowledge of environmental studies and whose career choices involve decisions around environmental issues.

Requirements

Required Core (7 Credits):

CNSCI 2100Humans in the Environment

3

CPHYS 1110Environmental Science w/Lab

4

Choose THREE (at least 1 at 3000 level, at least 2 different prefixes):

CGEOG 1001World Geography

3

CLITR 2XXXWhy Nature?

3

CMGMT 2XXXBusiness, Sustainability and Environment

3

CPLCY 3552Social Policy

3

CPOLS 3302Environmental Politics and Policy

3

CPSYC 3410Ecopsychology

3

CHUMS 3XXXEnvironmental Justice and Ethics

CPHYS 3010Our Changing Climate

3

CNSCI 3130Urban Design for Sustainability

3

CNSCI 3102Science and Ethics of Gardening (Fall and Spring)

1.5

CHLTH 4410Health and the Environment

3

IILLU 3140Natural History Drawing

3

CSOCL 3551Activism and Change in Communities

3

CMGMT 3306Corporate Social Responsibility

3

CLITR 3100Changing Views of Nature in American Literature

3

CNSCI 2140Coastal Zone Management (Marine Studies Consortium Course)

3

CNSCI 2210Water Resources Planning and Management

3

CNSCI 4200Wetlands: Ecology, Hydrology, Restoration (Marine Studies Consortium Course)

3

CNSCI 2101Introduction to Geographic Information Systems

3

IAHIS 3200Art and Nature

3