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Environmental Studies

ES Minor

Requirements for the Minor in Environmental Studies

The minor consists of five courses: Environmental Studies 101 and two courses at the 200 level or higher, one of which should be outside a student's departmental major; and two core courses in the disciplinary areas as specified below. Courses taken to satisfy the College's distribution requirements or to fulfill the requirements of the second major may be double-counted toward the environmental studies minor requirements, except as noted. A grade of C- or better must be earned in a course to fulfill the minor requreiment.

~ for natural science majors: ES 203 Environment and Culture in North American History (same as History 242)and one social science course from the following: ES 207 (same as Government 207; 218 (same as Economics 218); 228 (same as Economics 228); 240263 (same as Government 263); 264 (same as Government 264; or 272 (same as Anthropology 272);

~ for social science majors: ES 201 Perspectives in Environmental Science (same as Biology 158 and Chemistry 105) and ES 203 Environment and Culture in North American History (same as History 242;

~ for humanities majors: ES 201 Perspectives in Environmental Science (same as Biology 158 and Chemistry 105), and one social science course from the following: ES 207 (same as Government 207; 218 (same as Economics 218); 228 (same as Economics 228); 240263 (same as Government 263); 264 (same as Government 264; or 272 (same as Anthropology 272).