Environmental Policy and Culture Minor
Minors in environmental policy and culture may choose to concentrate in the humanities or social sciences or to take courses in both areas. A list of courses counting toward the minor is available from the program office and the website.
|Minor Requirements (7 units)|
|2 humanities or social science courses chosen from the following core courses:|
|ENVR_POL 211-0||Food and Society: An Introduction|
|ENVR_POL 212-0||Environment and Society|
|ENVR_POL 261-0||American Religion, Ecology and Culture|
|ENVR_POL 309-0||American Environmental History|
|ENVR_POL 340-0||Global Environments and World History|
|ENVR_POL 390-0||Special Topics in Environmental Policy and Culture (relevant sections; see website for details)|
|GEOG 211-0||World Biogeography|
|HISTORY 300-0||New Lectures in History (relevant sections; see EPC website for details)|
|ISEN 230-0||Climate Change and Sustainability: Ethical Dimensions|
|POLI_SCI 329-0||U.S. Environmental Politics|
|At least 1 natural sciences course chosen from the following (no more than 2 natural sciences courses will be automatically approved for the minor):|
|BIOL_SCI 346-0||Field Ecology|
|BIOL_SCI 347-0||Conservation Biology|
|EARTH 105-0||Climate Catastrophes in Earth History|
|EARTH 106-0||The Ocean, the Atmosphere & Our Climate|
|ENVR_SCI 201-0||Earth: A Habitable Planet|
|ENVR_SCI 202-0||The Health of the Biosphere|
|ENVR_SCI 203-0||Humans and the Environment|
|4 elective courses, including at least 1 from each of these categories: culture, policy, and natural sciences (see website for lists of eligible courses)|
- At least 4 of the 7 courses must be at the 300 level.
- Only 1 quarter of ENVR_POL 399-0 Independent Study may count toward the requirements.
- Exceptions must be approved by the program director.