Minor in Environmental Science and Studies
Students may minor in Environmental Science and Studies by taking five required courses and fulfilling an additional 6- to 8-unit requirement for the minor (21 to 23 units total).
All students minoring in Environmental Science and Studies take the following five required courses for a total of 15 units. Some of these courses have prerequisites.
|ECON 375||ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS||3|
|or ECON 376||NATURAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS|
|GEOG 410||ENVIRONMENTAL GEOGRAPHY||3|
|HLTH 451||INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH||3|
|PHIL 255||ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS||3|
|POSC 421||POLITICS AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY||3|
Science majors who minor in Environmental Science and Studies take two additional 3-unit elective courses listed in the Environmental Studies description under the College of Liberal Arts. Total unit requirement for the minor for science majors is 21 units.
Non-science majors who minor in Environmental Science and Studies take 8 units in the environmental sciences. A one-year sequence in a science with lab (8 units) selected from the environmental sciences (BIOL 201-BIOL 202, CHEM 131/CHEM 131L-CHEM 132/CHEM 132L, GEOL 121 and GEOL 305) satisfies this requirement. Total unit requirement for the minor for non-science majors is 23 units.