An interdisciplinary, four-year Bachelor of Arts degree program, CMU's Environmental Studies program is grounded in the natural sciences to provide students with knowledge of the underlying scientific principles and processes required to understand environmental issues.
Interdisciplinary core requirements beyond the natural sciences include: social sciences, humanities, knowledge acquisitions and scientific literacies, and application/integration.
Environmental Studies grads are interested in developing a capacity for transforming knowledge into positive action for the benefit of the environment and society.
The Environmental Studies degree allows students to personalize their studies according to their interests, drawing on the many courses CMU offers that are directly or indirectly relevant to environmental studies.
Ecology I and II
The Genetic Revolution
Cells and Energy
Introduction to Global Health
Just and Sustainable Food Systems
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