Environmental Science and Policy Minor
A minor in Environmental Science & Policy integrates natural sciences and social sciences as a perfect compliment to any other degree program.
Students committed to understanding our natural and human environments, developing sustainability plans, or those interested in more effectively managing our natural resources.
The environmental science & policy minor requires the completion of 32 credits of coursework. Students complete a series of four introductory environmental science & policy courses in the social, biological, and earth sciences. Students also complete 16 credits of upper-division courses in both the natural sciences and social sciences.
Environmental Science & Policy minors pursue majors in a wide range of disciplines including biology, business, sociology & anthropology, and outdoor adventure leadership. ES&P minors deepen their professional portfolio with introductory coursework in the biological, earth, and social sciences as well as selected upper-division coursework in a student’s field of interest. Regardless of your chosen career path, the broad skills you will learn in the environmental science & policy minor will help you stand out in fast changing world.