Students completing this focal study will gain scientific understanding of the human impact on the Earth. Additionally, students will study human environmental impact from contexts outside of the sciences, in order to develop well-informed opinions of what it means to be an environmental steward and how best to act as such on the individual and communal levels.
Complete at least three courses and a minimum of 10 credits. No more than two of these courses may have the same disciplinary prefix.
Complete one course from each cluster.
|First Cluster (complete 1 course)|
|ECON 333/ENV333||Environmental Economics||4 credits|
|ENV 222||Environmental Literature||4 credits|
|POLS 224/ENV 224||Environmental Politics||4 credits|
|PHIL 321/ENV 321||Environmental Ethics||4 credits|
|PSY 313/ENV 313||Ecological Psychology||4 credits|
|Second Cluster (complete 1 course)|
|ENV 141||Permaculture Design I||4 credits|
|ENV 200||Introduction to Environmental Science||4 credits|
|ENV 210||Tropical Environmental Biology||4 credits|
|ENV 260||Oregon Natural History||4 credits|
|Third Cluster (complete 1 course)|
|BIOL 202||General Biology I||4 credits|
|CHEM 110||Chemistry and Your Environment||2 credits|
|PHY 160/ENV 160||Energy and the Environment||4 credits|