Environmental Studies Requirements
Major
Students must choose to follow either a B.A. or B.S. track within the major.

B.S. Track Courses (61-63 credits)
Science & Mathematics (44-46 credits)
BIO 123/124 General Biology I & II
BIO 213 Environmental Biology
BIO 242 Conservation Biology
BIO 215 Environmental Impacts on Human Health
CHM 117/118 Chemical Principles I & II
CHM 223/224 Organic Chemistry I & II
MTH 117 Elementary Statistics
Choice of two upper level math or science courses (based on career goals and in consultation
with advisor)

Social Sciences and Humanities (12 credits)
ECO 106 Environmental Economics
PHL 240 Critical Issues in Environmentalism
POS 260 Issues in American Politics
or
POS 255 Problems in World Politics
or
POS 320 International Law & Organizations
or
HIS 360 Twentieth Century Global Issues

Choice of ONE of the following electives
INS 408 Environmental Justice
SOC 240 Technology and Society
INS 400 Multinational Corporations, Business Ethics & Human Rights
POS 260 Issues in American Politics
POS 255 Problems in World Politics
POS 320 International Law and Organizations
HIS 360 Twentieth Century Global Issues
ECO 101 Principles of Microeconomics
ECO 102 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECO 253 International Economics
PHL 250 Technology & Environmentalism
PHL 270 Women, the Poor, & the Environment

Environmental Studies (5 credits)
ENV 101/201 Environmental Colloquium I & II
ENV 495 Internship


B.A. Track Courses (40 credits)
Science & Mathematics (14 credits)
BIO 102 Human Ecology
BIO 242 Conservation Biology
BIO 215 Environmental Impacts on Human Health
MTH 117 - Elementary Statistics

Social Sciences and Humanities  (21 credits)
ECO 106 Environmental Economics
PHL 240 Critical Issues in Environmentalism
POS 260 Issues in American Politics
POS 255 Problems in World Politics
POS 320 International Law & Organizations
HIS 360 Twentieth Century Global Issues

Choice of FOUR of the following electives:
INS 400 Environmental Justice
SOC 240 Technology and Society
INS 400 Multinational Corporations, Business Ethics & Human Rights
POS 260 Issues in American Politics
POS 255 Problems in World Politics
POS 320 International Law and Organizations
HIS 360 Twentieth Century Global Issues
ECO 101 Principles of Microeconomics
ECO 102 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECO 253 International Economics
PHL 250 Technology & Environmentalism
PHL 270 Women, the Poor, & the Environment

Environmental Studies (5 credits)
ENV 101/201 Environmental Colloquium I & II
ENV 495 Internship


Minor (6 courses for 19-20 credits)
A student may minor in Environmental Studies by completing the following courses:
ECO 106 Environmental Economics
PHL 240 Critical Issues in Environmentalism
BIO 102 Human Ecology
or
BIO 123 General Biology I
BIO 242 Conservation Biology
or
BIO 215 Environmental Impacts on Human Health
POS 260 Issues in American Politics
or
POS 255 Problems in World Politics
or
POS 320 International Law and Organizations
or
HIS 360 Twentieth Century Global Issues
A choice of one more course from among the Science & Math options or from among the Social Sciences and Humanities electives.