Environmental Studies Minor Requirements
The Environmental Studies minor is designed to allow students majoring in other disciplines to develop additional expertise in environmental issues and sustainability. It consists of 18 credits of environmental or sustainability-related courses, including two introductory core courses. At least 6 credits must be at the 300-level or above. Students are encouraged to select electives from relevant courses in both the social and natural sciences but can tailor their coursework to fit their particular interests and career goals. Appropriate elective courses are those focused directly on environmental or sustainability issues. The ENVS Director of Undergraduate Studies (DUS) distributes a list of approved courses for the minor each semester, and approval for other courses can be sought by emailing the DUS. All courses must be taken for a letter grade, and students must earn a grade of C- or better to apply the course to the minor. Consult the ENVS program's website for additional information: https://krieger.jhu.edu/envs/requirements/minor/
|AS.270.103||Introduction to Global Environmental Change||3|
|AS.271.107||Introduction to Sustainability||3|
|Take 12 credits of approved elective courses, at least 6 credits of which are at the 300-level or above. 1||12|
Courses can be identified in the Schedule of Classes by the POS-Tag ENVS-MINOR.