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ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES Overview

The challenge of maintaining and creating a sustainable environment is one of the most pressing problems facing our society and world today. The Environmental Studies Program draws information, ideas and concepts from the natural sciences and social sciences to deal with complex and interdisciplinary environmental issues. The program is based upon the recognition that environmental and resource problems are not just biological, geological, economic, or political but a complex combination of many disciplines. Therefore, this program is structured as an interdisciplinary study of natural and social sciences to combine knowledge across traditional disciplinary lines. This information is essential for an interdisciplinary assessment, analysis and evaluation of environmental problems.

SPECIAL ELEMENTS OF THE PROGRAM (Environmental Studies)

Program Scheduling, Transfer Student Information, Credit for Prior Learning, Academic Performance Standard and Internship/Cooperative Education

MINOR IN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

A minor in Environmental Studies consists of a total of 20 credit hours from the following courses:

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