Environmental Studies CAS and CASNR

CAS and CASNR

Core ENVR courses for all students
101, 201, 249, 319, 334, 489A, 489B, 495

College of Arts and Sciences

Major Options

Policy, Advocacy, and Social Justice (B.A.)

Disciplinary knowledge and proficiency as well as social research skills related to negotiation, advocacy, and discourse; human behavior change; public policy; and social justice and diversity.

Biosphere and Earth Systems Studies (B.S.)

Disciplinary knowledge and proficiency in the collection, synthesis, and interpretation of information/data in one of four science-based subdiscipline areas—Earth Systems, Climate, Ecological Systems, and Geospatial technologies.

College Degree Requirements

The college distribution requirements are designed to ensure a range of courses in order to develop the ability to learn in a variety of ways and apply knowledge from a variety of perspectives. All requirements are in addition to university Achievement-Centered Education (ACE) requirements

Major in CAS Undergraduate Catalog: CAS

College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources

Major Options

Standard

Choose a minor from a disciplinary area within CASNR: one course from the Policy area and one course from the Law area, with at least 3 credits at the 300 or 400 level.

Natural Resources

Disciplinary knowledge and proficiency in the collection, synthesis, and interpretation of information/data in the disciplines represented in the School of Natural Resources courses (NRES, WATS, SOIL, RNGE). Three of the courses need to be at the 300 level or above. Students will select one course from the Policy area and one course from the Law area, with at least 3 credits at the 300 or 400 level.

Accelerated Program

Choose from Public Health, Law, or Community and Regional Planning—designed for students interested in pursuing post-undergraduate degrees.

Customized: Design Your Own Degree

Pursue academic and professional goals in concentration areas not available within existing curricula.

College Degree Requirements

The curriculum requirements consist of three areas: Achievement-Centered Education (ACE), College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources Core, and Degree Program requirements and electives.

Major in CASNR Undergraduate Catalog: CASNR