Environmental Studies Minor
The environmental studies minor is a 16-hour interdisciplinary program compatible with any major. It offers students an integrated overview of environmental and natural resource fields. Students take ECON 200, Microeconomic Principles; ECON 320, Natural Resource Economics; BIOL 250/251, Ecology and Ecology Lab (prerequisite: one semester of biology); BIOL/ECON 398, Environmental Studies Seminar; and one approved elective.
Successful completion of the minor is noted on the student's academic record transcript. More information regarding the minor can be obtained from the co-directors, Dr. George Farnsworth and Dr, Brent Blair.