An Interdisciplinary Minor designed for students interested in investigating the intersection of the environment and sustainability across natural science, social science, and business contexts.  

Required Courses (10 credits):

  • BIOL 1070/1071: Ecosystem & Environmental Science with Lab (4 credits)
  • GEOG 2700: Environmental Geography (3 credits)
  • MGMT 3400: Management and Sustainability in a Global Context (3 credits) or
  • MKTG 3501: Marketing for a Sustainable World (3 credits)

Elective Courses (6-7 credits):

Students must complete two additional courses from the approved list below; at least one course must be an additional science (BIOL/CHEM/PHYS). An approved 3-credit internship can also be applied towards the minor.

  • BIOL 1222: Biological Diversity with Lab (4 cr)
  • BIOL 1041/1042: Tropical Biology with Lab (4 cr Morton)
  • BIOL 1180: Climate Change Biology (3cr)
  • CHEM 1027/1028: Chemistry for the global Citizen with lab (4cr)
  • LITS 3351: Literary Perspectives on the Environment (3cr)
  • MGMT 3400: Management and Sustainability in a Global Context (3cr)
  • MKTG 3501: Marketing for a Sustainable World (3cr)
  • PHYS 1010: Physics of Sustainability Energy with lab (4cr)
  • Approved Internship (3cr)