International Studies

Environment Concentration

15 credit hours of courses are required, with a minimum of 12 hours at 300 level or above. Courses must come from at least two disciplinary areas:

  • ANT 309 - Environmental Anthropology
  • BIO 150 - Humans and Ecology
  • BIO 366 - Ecology
  • BIOL 366 - Ecology Laboratory
  • BIO 434 - Coastal Marine Ecology
  • BIO 466 - Conservation Biology
  • BIO 478 - Global Environmental Problems
  • BIO 482 - Wildlife Ecology
  • BIO 487 - Introduction to Coastal Management (GLY 458 , GLY 558 )
  • BLA 362 - Environmental Law
  • CHM 377 - Environmental Chemistry
  • CHML 377 - Environmental Chemistry Laboratory
  • ECN 325 - Environmental Economics (EVS 325)
  • EVS 195 - Introduction to Environmental Studies
  • EVS 205 - Global Environmental Issues
  • EVS 362 - Environmental Law
  • EVS 330 - Natural Resource Economics (ECN 330)
  • EVS 430 - Tropical Environmental Ecology
  • EVS 431 - International Field Experience
  • EVS 463 - Environmental Education and Interpretation
  • EVS 370 - Environmental Psychology (PSY 370 )
  • GGY 130 - Introduction to Physical Geography
  • GGY 230 - Introduction to Weather and Climate
  • GGY 235 - Principles of Hydrology (GLY 226 )
  • GGY 281 - Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
  • GGY 333 - Applied Climatology
  • GGY 335 - Geomorphology (GLY 335 )
  • GGY 340 - Population, Resources, and the Environment
  • GGY 420 - Global Climate Change
  • GGY 422 - Remote Sensing in Environmental Analysis (GGY 522 )
  • GGY 426 - Environmental Geographic Information Systems
  • GGY 435 - Environmental Geography
  • GGY 436 - Ice Age Earth
  • GLY 120 - Environmental Geology
  • GLYL 120 - Environmental Geology Lab
  • GLY 125 - Natural Disasters
  • GLY 420 - Global Climate Change (PHY 420 )
  • HST 456 - Seminar: U.S. Environmental History (HST 533 )
  • INT 320 - Topics in the Global Environment
  • INT 331 - The Environment and Development in Africa
  • INT 480 - Global Issues *
  • INT 495 - Seminar in International Studies *
  • INT 499 - Honors Work in International Studies *
  • OCN 150 - Introduction to Oceanography
  • OCN 250 - Coasts and Society [being renamed from GLY 250]
  • OCN 350 - Advanced Oceanography
  • OCN 458 - Introduction to Coastal Management
  • OCN 475 - Marine Biogeochemistry
  • PBH 401 - Foundations of Environmental Health
  • PHY 475 - Physical Oceanography
  • PHY 479 - Ocean Circulation Systems
  • SOC 305 - Population

Please Note:

  • some courses have prerequisites or co-requisites.
  • Study Abroad courses often fulfill concentration requirements.
  • courses with an * count only if topic is if applicable to the concentration.