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Katherine Adelsberger

The Douglas and Maria Bayer Endowed Chair in Earth Science

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Environmental Studies Major

11 credits as follows:

  • Introduction to Environmental Studies: ENVS 101
  • Introduction to Environmental Policy: ENVS 110
  • A course with a strong ethical component: ENVS 118, 228, 265 or 270
  • An introductory course in Environmental Science: ENVS 125, 170, or 273
  • A course on statistics: STAT 200
  • A course on environmental methods: ENVS 241, 242, 243, 245 or 246
  • A course in advanced Environmental Science: ENVS 317, 319, 325, 330 or 335
  • A course in advanced Social Science: ENVS 360 or 368
  • One additional course from ENVS 231, 241, 242, 243, 245, 246, 256, 268, 270, or Econ 303
  • One additional credit in ENVS
  • Senior Project: ENVS 390/391 (one credit) or ENVS 400

Environmental Studies Minor

5 credits as follows:

  • Introduction to Environmental Studies: ENVS 101
  • A course with a strong ethical component: ENVS 118, 228, 265 or 270
  • A 300-level course in Environmental Studies
  • Two additional credits in Environmental Studies

Note: Students majoring in Environmental Science may not minor in Environmental Studies.

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