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Sustainability Studies


What will I learn?

Sustainability Studies is joint minor between the Department of Biology and Environmental Studies and the Department of Psychology, encompassing a wide range of interdisciplinary coursework in business, chemistry, English, history, philosophy, political science and sociology. The Sustainability Studies minor will provide you with a broad introduction to the complex system-scale challenges of sustainability, as well as the tools needed to address problems that transcend solely social or environmental domains.

This class studies the interactions between organisms and their environments. Topics include biomes, plant and animal adaptations, populations, interactions between populations, community structure, ecosystems and large scale ecological processes. The laboratory will involve structured field experiments and independent research projects.

Explore the Biology and Environmental Science Department

This dynamic department covers everything from DNA research to neurosciences to collecting bug specimens in the field. See what the Biology and Environmental Science department has for you.


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