Minors + Certificates

Global Development Minor, Public Policy Minor, Sustainable Cities Minor

Student Organizations:

Sigma Gamma Epsilon (SGE) Earth Honor Society, Trailblazers Club, Veggie Jackets, other sustainability-related organizations

Change of Major Process:

Contact Dr. Zachary Handlos


The new ENVS degree is a new interdisciplinary program with the School of Biological Sciences that is preparing for students with career interests related to environmental consulting, conservation, sustainability, education and communication, policy, and other related topics.

Advisor Contact:

Intro Courses:

EAS 1600 Introduction to Environmental Science

Introduction to environmental field science. Case study approach. Exposure to basic field equipment and techniques, analysis of data.

EAS 2600 Earth Process

The purpose of this course is to provide you with an understanding of how the Earth works and how it affects you. As an inhabitant of Earth, it is important that you understand the processes that shape the landscape, cause natural hazards, influence climate change, and produce natural resources. Knowledge of how the Earth works can also help you in your daily lives.

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