BA in Environmental Studies (Co-Major) Curriculum
Students co-majoring in Environmental Studies must complete the following requirements:
|University Curriculum 1||46|
|Modern Language Requirement||3-6|
|Environmental Studies Co-Major Program|
|ENV 101||Introduction to Environmental Studies||3|
|Foundations of Biology and Chemistry,Exploring Your Environment|
and Foundations of Biology and Chemistry Lab,Exploring Your Environment Lab 2
|ENV 215||Research Methods in Environmental Studies 2||3|
and Environmental Science Lab
|ENV 230||Sustainable Development (AN 230)||3|
|ENV 222||Environmental Geography and Culture (GP 222)||3|
|PL 226||Environmental Ethics||3|
|ENV 390||Environmental Writing (EN 390)||3|
|IDS 200||Rise of Disciplinarity||3|
|IDS 400||Transdisciplinary Project||3|
|Cognate Course 3|
|Free Electives 4||33-36|
|Total Credits (depending on primary major)||120|
All students must complete the 46 credits of the University Curriculum.
Students with primary majors in the natural sciences may substitute science and methods courses in their majors for these courses, if appropriate. Similar substitutions may be possible for other majors as well.
Required courses that support the Environmental Studies co-major and may be used to fulfill requirements outside the major
These credits will be needed, all or in part, to complete the primary major.
Modern Language Requirement
All CAS students (both bachelor of science and bachelor of arts) must complete one modern language through the 102 level. Modern language courses may also count toward the UC Personal Inquiry II requirement. Students who have taken a language in high school should take the modern language placement test for that language. Students with placement scores at the 201 level or higher have demonstrated language competency and thus have passed out of the language requirement.