Environment & Society (BS)
The program explores how humans both affect and are affected by changes in the natural environment. It combines courses from both the social sciences and the sciences and investigates topical issues, such as ecosystem management, resource conservation, land use planning, natural hazard mitigation, and environmental policy. The program requires 41 hours with a grade of C- or better in each course; at least 18 credit hours must be taken in upper level (3000 and 4000) courses. Note: all classes below are 3 credits except for classes with labs that count as 4 credits.