Environmental Studies

Requirements for the Minor in Environmental Studies

The minor requires successful completion of the following:

ENST 101Introduction to Environmental Studies4
Select two of the following humanities/social science courses:8
Global Problems: Anthropology and Contemporary Issues
Ecological Anthropology
The Archaeology of Southeastern United States
Place, Ritual and Belief
Method and Theory in Archaeology
Archaeology of the Cumberland Plateau
North American Archaeology
Environmental Archaeology
Field School in Archaeology
Archaeological Resource Management and Policy
The Lens and the Landscape: Documentary Studies and the Environment
Sustainable Structures
Environmental Economics
Introduction to Environmental Education
Poetry, Nature and Contemplation
American Environmental Literature
Walking the Land
Introduction to Environmental Studies
Readings in Island Ecology
Foundations of Food and Agriculture
Sustainability and Global Environmental Change Seminar
Sustainability and Global Environmental Change Field Studies
Fundamentals of GIS
The Development of Aldo Leopold's Land Ethic
Seminar in Ecology and Ethics
Introduction to Spatial Information Systems and Field Mapping
Advanced Applications of GIS
Environmental Policy and Law
Environmental Land-Use Policy
Tools for Environmental Policy Analysis
Environmental Arts and Humanities Capstone
Independent Study
Natural Resources Issues and Policies
Water Resource Policy and Law
Environmental History
History of Southern Appalachia
African Environmental History
Music of the Birds and Bees: Music and Nature
Environmental Ethics
Political Theory of the Environment
International Environmental Policy
Religion and Animals
Religious Environmentalism
Religion and Ecology
Buddhism and the Environment
Environmentalism and Ecocide in Russian Literature and Culture
Food, Agriculture, and Social Justice in Southern Appalachia and Beyond
Latin American Literature and the Environment
Select two of the following natural science courses:8
People and the Environment
Introduction to Botany
Field Investigations in Biology
Entomology
Ornithology (Lab)
Invertebrate Zoology (Lab)
Plant Ecology (Lab)
Advanced Conservation Biology
Ecology (Lab)
Biodiversity: Pattern and Process (Lab)
Fungi
Algae and Bryophytes
Environmental Physiology of Plants (Lab)
Human Health and the Environment (Lab)
Rainforests and Coral Reefs
Field Study in Belize (Lab)
Cave Biology
Plant Physiology
Plant Evolution and Systematics (Lab)
Ecosystems and Global Change (Lab)
Microbiology (Lab)
Introduction to Environmental Computing
Freshwater Conservation
Island Ecology (Lab)
Ecology, Evolution, and Agriculture
Ecological Integrity in Agriculture
Introduction to Forestry (Lab)
Forest Wildlife Management
Dendrology (Lab)
Forestry in the Developing World
Fisheries Ecology and Management (Lab)
Urban Forest Management
Forests: Food, Medicine, and More
Forest and Watershed Restoration (Lab)
Soils (Lab)
Forest Ecology (Lab)
Silviculture (Lab)
Hydrology (Lab)
Natural Resource Management and Decisions
Physical Geology (Lab)
Historical Geology (Lab)
Paleoecology
Earth Systems and Climate Change
Soils (Lab)
Economic Geological Resources (Lab)
Hydrology (Lab)
Geochemistry of Natural Waters
Energy and the Environment
Select one additional course from the previous two lists4
Total Semester Hours24