2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog


Requirements

The program of study requires a minimum of 18 hours. No more than 2 courses from any one department and no grade lower than a C- will be accepted.

Required

ENSC 10143Contemporary Environmental Issues

3

Electives: 15 hours

Social Sciences and Humanities: 3 hours

ANTH 30663Food Justice

3

ANTH 30743Animals, Religion, and Culture

3

ANTH 30783Anthropological Approaches to Nature and the Sacred

3

ANTH 30823Native American Religions and Ecology

3

ANTH 40433Transnational Processes: Globalization, Migrations, and Borders

3

ECON 40970Experimental Course

1-3

ENGL 30153Nature Writing in Nature

3

HIST 40853American Environmental History

3

PHIL 20333Environmental Philosophy

3

POSC 33133Energy and Global Geostrategy

3

RELI 30783Religion and Environmental Ethics

3

SOCI 20223Social Problems

3

SOCI 30233Sustainability: Environmental, Social & Economic Issues

3

SOCI 30253Environmental Sociology

3

SOCI 40303Animals, Culture and Society

3

Natural Sciences: 3 hours

BIOL 30403Ecology and the Environment

3

BIOL 40353Wildlife Ecology and Management

3

ENGR 30113Energy in Society

3

ENSC 30133Concepts in Environmental Science

3

ENSC 30313Environmental Issues in Costa Rica

3

ENSC 30453Wildlife Research Project

3

ENSC 40193Environmental Stewardship Seminar

3

ENSC 40603South African Biodiversity and Human Development Part 1

3

ENSC 50233Urban Wildlife

3

ENSC 50333Energy Development and Wildlife Conservation

3

ENSC 50703Environmental Compliance

3

ENSC 50753Environmental Management Systems

3

ENSC 50793Environmental Sustainability

3

NTDT 30993A Global Perspective in Food Insecurity

3

Other Elective Options:

RAMA 20103Challenges of Global Food Production

3

MANA 30773Entrepreneurship and Energy

3

If ENSC 10143 is required for a student’s major or another minor, the student will choose an additional course from those listed above as a substitution.