Core Classes (9 credits)
ENVI 107- Environmental Science [GEGA] (3 credits): An introduction to the biological, physical, and chemical processes that control today’s environmental conditions.
GEOG 150- Thinking Sustainably [GEGA] (3 credits): This course will provide students with a comprehensive and broad-based introduction to the world of sustainability by exploring its origins, philosophy, proponents and detractors.
PHIL 229- Environmental Ethics [GEKH] (3 credits): The course introduces philosophical perspectives on the environment from a variety of traditions and perspectives, and applies these perspectives to such issues as climate change, animals rights, preservation, pollution, sustainability, population, energy and future generations.
Restricted Electives (12 credits)
Students can select from a range of classes in Design & Technology, Society, Planning, Justice, Business & Economics and Sciences.
For a list of restricted electives, consult the updated undergraduate catalog.