No more than one course from the major department will count toward any minor. A student majoring in any discipline other than Environmental Studies may complete a minor in Environmental Policy upon satisfactorily completing the following requirements:
18 additional credits chosen from the list below, at least 9 credits of which must be upper division. Credits from Independent Study, Internship, Innovative Month, and Practicum courses may apply with prior approval of the coordinator. Students are strongly encouraged to work closely with their advisor to ensure all prerequisites for each selected course have been taken.
a Check course description for minimum grade in prerequisite course(s) required to enroll in this course.
eSOC 311 is only taught in the summer. If a student is not able to take summer classes, completion of two courses from the alternate list will fulfill this requirement.
f Check course description for prerequisite course requirements.
Note: Relevant courses from a variety of disciplines may also be offered as 190, 191, 390, or 391 courses. Other relevant courses can also be found in course lists from the Environmental Studies major. Students are strongly encouraged to talk with an Environmental Studies advisor about current offerings that could be applied toward the Environmental Policy minor. Prior approval from the Environmental Policy minor Program Coordinator must be obtained in order to have these courses included as part of the minor.