Requirements

Concentrations

ES Dsiciplinary Concentrations: For this option, ES Coordinate majors must take three 100-level or above courses with in one of the following concentrations:
~ for History, Landscape, Values, Ethics, and the Environment, students choose from ES courses designated with a "c"
~ for Environmental Economics and Policy, students choose ES courses designated with a "b"
~for the Interdisciplinary Environmental Science Concentration students choose ES courses designated with an "a" (in addition, Chemistry 210 Chemical Analysis and Chemistry 240 Inorganic Chemistry count toward this concentration). ES majors are strongly advised to take one of the ES science courses outside their departmental requirements. ES science majors should consult with their ES science advisor in identifying a science course outside their major.

Student-designed Environmental Studies Concentration: Students majoring in ES have the option of designing their own concentration consisting of three courses in addition to the core courses and senior seminar. Student-designed concentrations are particularly appropriate for stduents interested in exploring environmental issues from a cross-divisional perspective. Students must submit a self-designed concentration form (available by clicking here or from the program), explaining their plan of study to the program director by the first week of the first semester of their senior year, listing the three ES courses proposed, and expliaining how the courses are related to the issue of interet to the student. Proposals must be approved by the program director.