An interdisciplinary minor in Environmental Science consists of two introductory biology courses (one of which must be Environmental Biology), Ecology, two additional courses numbered 200 or higher, one course in economics (recommended Environmental Economics), and Principles of Geology (ASTR 102).

Biology majors who minor in Environmental Science must complete all requirements of the biology major. In addition, they need to complete Environmental Biology, Environmental Practica, Environmental Economics, Principles of Geology (ASTR 112), and one course selected from either Economic Geography, Cultural Anthropology, or an advanced biology course (328 or higher).

For more information, please refer to the College Catalog.