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Truly interdisciplinary in nature, the Environmental Studies Program combines the expertise of professors from 12 departments, as well as education abroad programs, to look at humanity's role and responsibility in the natural world through many lenses, including geoscience, ecological science, politics, economics, history, philosophy, and religion. Students complete a set of core courses in the major to build a broad foundation and to begin cultivating the exciting and challenging intellectual practice of integrated interdisciplinary thinking. This type of inquiry is a defining feature of environmental studies as a field and is indispensable for finding sustainable solutions to contemporary environmental problems. The various specializations then enable students to follow a more particular interest and to more effectively find their place in this vast, compelling field and thus to discover where they can make a significant impact as environmental advocates and stewards of the Earth.
Politics, Policy, and Justice
Environmental Education and Communication