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Environmental Studies

Open to all majors, an Environmental Studies minor serves to broaden your perspective, while allowing you to follow your individual interests. Whether you choose to learn more about environmental ethics and media; ecology and wildlife; environmental education and policies; green buildings and organizations; or any other of our expansive offerings, it’s the perfect complement to any major.
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Geography & Environmental Resources

What better way to supplement your degree than with a minor that offers a greater understanding of our world. Especially useful for those with degrees in related fields, our courses expand students’ understanding of the connection between society and natural resources.
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The geospatial sector is growing rapidly and decision-makers at every level are focused on analytical skills. By understanding spatial data and relationships, basic cartography principles and other GIS concepts, students are able to make themselves valuable in many fields.
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More than just a buzzword, sustainability courses cross over easily into other disciplines. Every science is doing its part to create a more sustainable world. Understanding the long-term, sustainable use of the earth’s resources, including water, land and food, makes every graduate a stronger candidate for a wide spectrum of job opportunities.
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