Social and ecological sustainability requires an holistic approach to problem solving.
Environmental Studies coursework in the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to critically assess and address complex environmental challenges.
All students complete the Environmental Studies Core (58 credits) and an Environmental Specialization (20 credits).
EVST 1600 Sustainability, People and the Environment *students who score a 4 or 5 on the College Board AP Environmental Science exam will receive credit for this requirement
EVST 4950 Internship
AREA VI: DISCIPLINARY CAPSTONE: 5 CREDITS
Environmental Studies Majors who specialize in Urban Sustainability or Politics, Policy and Justice are uniquely situated to complete a double major in EVST and Public Affairs. Students can complete this double major in a normal four year course of study. Please meet with your academic advisor to discuss your academic course plan and the requirements for completion of the double major.
"Environmental studies was something I knew I wanted to study for a long time, and the program here at SU was one of the most well-established programs I looked into. I then found out there was a possibility to double major with Public Affairs in addition to EVST and it really piqued my interest. Taking the classes and talking with the people in both programs really solidified in my mind that this was the path I wanted to take and how well the majors fit together."