Twenty-six credits which must include the following courses:
- ENV-110 or GEO-101;
- ENV-205 and 480;
- BIO-121, 122, or 123;
- Select 4-cr from POL-141, PHL-225, ECN-340 or COM-253.
Environmental Studies students are recommended to conduct research or take a Spring Term experience abroad that utilizes our relationships with various institutions. MTH-116 (Statistics) and/or MTH-121 (Calculus) are strongly advised to fulfill NS-3 distributive requirements. MTH-121 is required for most graduate work.