Minors in Environmental Studies
Students can obtain a minor in Environmental Studies by completing six courses. Students should have completed both ENVI 101 and ENVI 201 before declaring the Envi Minor. Please contact Joyce Kruger-Knuepfer, Envi Studies Advising or Dr. George Homsy for further information and/or to register for the minor.
Envi 101- Environment and Man/Women: An Ecological Perspective
Envi 201- Environment and Man/Women: Physical Aspects
One of Envi/Phil 149 – Environmental Ethics or Envi/Geog 239 – Environmental Planning and Policy or Envi 230 - Introduction to Environmental Policy or ENVI 280B (future ENVI 225) - Intro to International Policy
Two upper-division environmental studies courses (total of 8 upper level credits)
Envi 413 – Environmental Impact Analysis or Envi 415 – Environmental Planning. Another upper-division courses in environmental studies or a relevant upper-division course taught by another department may be substituted with permission of the Program Director.
Note that no courses for which a student receives a grade lower than C- will count toward fulfilling requirements for the minor.