A minor in Environmental Design provides a foundation in theory, history, and methodology employed in fields such as architecture, planning, landscape architecture and related design disciplines. The ENVD minor has three possible tracks, one in Design, one in History and Theory, and one in Planning.
ENVD's interdisciplinary and hands-on approach to education benefits students from all disciplines and students learn to:
This in turn improves leadership skills and the ability to find solutions to complex issues in various professions.
To declare the Environmental Design minor, meet with an ENVD minor advisor who is assigned according to the first letter of your last name to complete an ENVD minor advising form.
Upon completion of the ENVD Minor requirements (listed below by track), students must submit their ENVD minor advising form along with their graduation paperwork to their respective colleges and major advisor.