The major in Environment and Sustainability gives students an integrated understanding of the interactions between humans and nature through multiple perspectives in geographical biogeosciences and human geography.


Students must complete 15 lower-level credits in their first two years.

In third and fourth year, students must take 30 upper-level credits, 18 of which will come from the Environmental concentration while the remaining 12 are from Research and Methods courses.

*Please note that you may not double major in Human Geography and Environment and Sustainability.

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