The ENVS major requires a minimum of 67 credit hours, and overlaps with several College of Arts and Sciences General Education Requirements including Natural Sciences, Contemporary Societies, Ideals and Values, and Upper Division Written Communication. You can explore all of the courses offered by Environmental Studies in the University Catalog.
To complete the ENVS major, students take foundational courses in sciences, policy, ethics, economics, writing and math, as well as an internship or field course, and a capstone course. Students will also be required to take twelve (12) credit hours of “specialization” courses. Specializations give students the option to focus in a content area such as climate, energy, hydrology, and sustainable development.
ENVS Major Requirements
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