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Food Systems and Nutrition
The Food Systems and Nutrition
minor encompasses a wide array of topics addressing sustainable food production,
policy, access and nutrition. This minor requires taking a total of six
courses consisting of an interdisciplinary gateway course (ENV 009),
an introductory course and three electives drawn from thematic
areas of the student's choice. The minor ends with a required capstone
course (ENV 190) or experience.
Environmental Science and Policy Minor (for Engineering Students)
The Environmental Science and
Policy minor is designed to give engineering majors greater exposure to natural
and social sciences, and thereby deepening student's understanding of the causes
and solutions to problems related to environmental sustainability. The minor
requires taking a total of six courses consisting of 3 core
classes and 3 elective classes.
Applied Environmental Studies Stand-alone Major
The Applied Environmental Studies major
provides theoretical grounding of environmental principles while also providing
robust training in quantitative methods, spatial analysis and communication
skills required for success in the field. Students will be required to complete
fifteen classes: five core courses, five skill-based courses, four elective
courses in a thematic track, and a project-based capstone course. Students
must also complete a pre-approved
(min. 100hrs; ENV 99). We recommend students to start with the gateway
interdisciplinary course ENV 1 Introduction to Environmental Studies.
Environmental Studies Co-major
The Environmental Studies Co-major allows students to master basic scientific
principles of environmental processes to examine interactions between technology
and the environment, and to explore the societal context for implementing
environmental policy. This co-major requires the completion of five core
courses and five courses in a thematic track.
Students must also complete a pre-approved
environmental internship (min. 100hrs; ENV 99). Students pursuing this major must double-major in a second discipline.
We recommend students to start with the gateway interdisciplinary course
ENV 1 Introduction to Environmental Studies.
Attention students: Once you declare Environmental Studies as a major, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can promptly add you to our email list.
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