If you’re interested in the natural world but don’t want to major in Environmental Science, why not pursue a minor instead? You will participate in discussion-oriented seminars and be exposed to new ideas, tracks of thought and methods of communication. You’ll use your growing scientific expertise to broaden your horizons, creating additional pathways to careers in journalism, business, education, creative writing, political science and more.
A minor in Environmental Science is more than an extra line on your degree—it’s an opportunity to understand exactly how we, as human beings, affect and are affected by the natural world.
Patricia Saunders, Ph.D.
Director of the Environmental Science Program