What You’ll Study
This interdisciplinary major starts with foundational courses in environmental science, policy, education, and justice as well as math. Then you’ll select from a wide range of courses based on your interests.
This interdisciplinary major might be for you if you’re interested in the interaction of subjects like:
- Environmental policy
- Environmental justice
- Political ecology
- Environmental History
- Park interpretation
- Community activism
- Urban gardening
On top of the core environmental studies courses, you can choose to narrow your studies with the Environmental Education concentration.
Honors Program in Natural Sciences
Environmental studies majors can opt to participate in the honors program, which grants honors recognition on your degree. To graduate with honors, you must earn a 3.5 GPA, complete an independent research project or internship, and present your work to the faculty.