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Sustainability and Environmental Studies Minor

Drawing together courses from across campus, the Sustainability and Environmental Studies minor exposes students to a variety of perspectives - from the sciences to literature, from history to psychology, and from philosophy to business - on the interactions of people with the natural world.  Students in the SES minor have broad freedom within the courses and will experience both humanities and scientific understandings of the environment. Opportunities are available for internships for credit and independent studies as well.  While the classes are linked together in multiple ways, they do not explicitly build upon each other or require a specific sequencing.

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Program Requirements

Required Courses and Degree Requirements for Graduation
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2024-2025 Undergraduate Catalog

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