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Environmental Studies Focus

Environmental studies is an interdisciplinary academic field which studies human interaction with the environment for solving complex problems. It is a field of study that examines the natural and built environment via anthropology, sociology, psychology, history, policy, ethics and geospatial perspectives.

Courses

ENST 2030  Environmental Studies
ENST 3040  Environmental Communication
ENST 3045  Environment & Community Organizing
ENST 3055  Environment & Society
ENST 3060  History and the Environment (or HIST 2060)
ENST 3065  Social Influence & the Environment
ENST 3075  Native American History and the Environment
ENST 3070  Health and the Environment
ENST 3230  Social Change (or SOCI 3230)
ENST 3410 Environmental Sociology (or SOCI 3410)
ENST 3420  Socio-environmental Symposium (or SOCI 3420)
ENST 4035  Environmental Policy, Politics, and Law
ENST 4050  Ethics and the Environment
ENST 4070  Practicum in Environmental Studies
ESCI 3001K  Land Use and Conservation
GEOG 1101  Introduction to Human Geography
GEOG 1102  World Regional Geography
* Or other approved elective

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