Environmental Studies Major Learning Outcomes
The Environmental Studies major prepares students for careers as leaders in understanding and addressing complex environmental issues from a problem-oriented, interdisciplinary perspective.
Students will be able to:
- Demonstrate mastery of core ecological and physical science concepts and methods as they pertain to environmental problem-solving.
- Demonstrate mastery of core social science concepts and methods as they pertain to environmental problem-solving.
- Recognize and integrate the international, cross-cultural, and transdisciplinary nature of environmental problems in analyses and solutions.
- Produce a culminating/multi-scale piece of work demonstrating the ability to synthesize concepts and methods to make a contribution to environmental solutions.
- Apply proficiency in analytical methods, critical thinking, communication, and leadership skills sufficient to make a contribution in environmental and related fields.