Society and the Environment Minor
The Society and the Environment minor provides students with a fundamental understanding of the impact of humans on the environment through exposure to principles of ecology and related sciences, as well as insights derived from a variety of social science and humanities disciplines.
The Society and Environment minor requires a minimum of 18 credits.
|Introduction to Environmental Science|
|American Environmental History|
or HIS 5540
|World Environmental History since 1900|
|Elective courses (select four from the following list)||12-14|
|Biology and Culture|
|Ecology and the Environment|
|Literature and Science|
|Air and Water in Environmental Systems|
|American Environmental History 1|
|World Environmental History since 1900 2|
|Environmental Policy and Politics|
|Sociology of the Environment|
|Cities and Food|
|Introduction to Urban Studies|
Open to those who take HIS 5540 as a core course.
Open to those who take HIS 5425 as a core course.