Minor: Environmental Studies
Student Learning Outcomes
Students graduating from this program will:
- describe the components and function of Earth systems, have knowledge of environmental policy and ethical approaches to environmental issues, and have engaged in global challenges such as climate change, global water scarcity and ocean acidification, energy, consumption and waste management, and urban sustainability.
- actively involved with diverse communities throughout their course work and understand environmental challenges from multiple cultural perspectives and through world experiences.
- demonstrate this learning through the application, across the curriculum, of advanced geographical knowledge, quantitative, and analytical skills in their application to new settings and complex problems.
- have the ability to characterize environmental elements analytically and communicate their findings effectively.
Environmental Studies Minor
Caroline Davies, Earth and Environmental Science, (816) 235-1334;
Students pursuing the bachelor of arts degree who wish to obtain a minor in environmental studies must take at least 18 credit hours of coursework from the following list, a minimum of nine credit hours at the 300- or 400-level and a minimum of nine credit hours at UMKC. The program of study is to be planned with a program coordinator.
|ENV-SCI 110R||Understanding the Earth: Introduction to Environmental Science and Laboratory||3|
|ENV-SCI 110L||Understanding the Earth Laboratory||2|
|ENV-SCI 210||Issues in Environmental Science||3|
|Select a minimum of one of the following:||3|
|Environment, Resources And Economic Growth 1|
|Environmental Ethics And Policy 1|
|See the electives listed under B.A. and B.S. Environmental Studies||7|
May not be counted in both required and elective categories.