Major Requirements (45 Credits)

Foundation Courses (15 Credits)
BIO 101Introduction to Biology: Genetics, Evolution, and Ecology
ENV 200Understanding Environmental Issues
MAT 201Introduction to Statistics

One of the following:

BIO 102Introduction to Biology: Cell and Animal Biology
BIO 103Introduction to Biology: Plant Science

One additional 100-level science course (BIO ENV GEO)

Lower-level Humanities and Social Sciences (9 Credits)

Three of the following:

ECN 100Principles of Macroeconomics
ECN 101Principles of Microeconomics
COM 180Public Speaking
HIS 104Global History I: Traditions, Encounters, and Adaptation from the Stone Age to the 16th Century
HIS 105Global History II: Globalization, the Emergence of the Modern State, and Coping with Change
LC 110Reading Cultures: Approaches to Cultural Studies
POL 100Introduction to Political Science
POL 101Introduction to International Relations
Upper-level Science Courses (6 Credits)

Two of the following:

ENV 210Natural Disasters, Catastrophes, and the Environment
ENV 230TFreshwater Conservation
ENV 250Quantitative Methods for Environmental Science
ENV 280TManaging the New Zealand Environment
ENV 350Environmental Management in Switzerland
ENV 360Research Methods in Environmental Sciences
ENV 372Sustainability Science
ENV 399Research in Environmental Studies

or any 300-level Biology course

Upper-level Humanities and Social Sciences (12 Credits)

Four of the following:

AHT 361The Visual Culture of Disaster
CLCS 250Ecocritical Approaches to Film
CLCS 320Culture, Class, Cuisine: Questions of Taste
CLCS 330The Politics of Mobility: Exile and Immigration
CLCS 372Tales of Catastrophe
COM 301Globalization and Media
COM 310Issues in Journalism
COM 352Environmental Discourses
ECN 256Managerial Economics (Intermediate Microeconomics)
ECN 303Development Economics
ECN 330TNeo-liberal India: Globalization and Development
ECN 341International Trade
ECN 355Political Economy: Theories and Issues
ENV 220Ecocritical Approaches to Literature
ENV 297Faculty Fellows Summer Program
ENV 498 Internship in Environmental Studies
ENV 499Senior Research Project in Environmental Studies
HIS 325Human Rights in History
HIS 355The World and the West in the Long 19th Century
POL 281TSustainable Development in Africa: Politics, Prospects, and Practice
POL 310International Law
POL 321International Organization
POL 376International Environmental Politics
POL 377International Political Economy
POL 378International Politics of Energy
Capstone Course (3 Credits)
ENV 497Senior Capstone

*All Bachelor of Arts degrees require a total of 120 credits consisting of Core Requirements, Major Requirements, and General Elective courses. Prerequisites may be required for courses outside of the major.