Major in International Studies with Environment and Development Functional Track

The Environment and Development track in the International Studies major is designed to equip students to develop a critical appreciation of global environmental issues both from the point of view of the science underpinning the issues, and with regard to the longer-term social, economic and political implications.

Requirements

16 units - and the Major in International Studies requirements

Requirements Checklist: International Studies with Environment and Development Functional Track

Required

  • ENVS/ENVA 110 Introduction to Environmental Science w/Lab *
  • ENVS/ENVA 210 Ecology and Human Impacts w/Lab

* This course must be taken as a prerequisite for ENVS 210.

Electives (2 courses)

  • ECON 230 Environmental Economics
  • ECON 473 Development Microeconomics *
  • ECON 476 Natural Resource Economics and Development Policy *
  • POLS 360 International Environmental Politics
  • ENVA 360 International Environmental Politics
  • POLS 366 Environmental Policy
  • ENVA 366 Environmental Policy
  • ENVA 320 Global Environments and Societies
  • SOC 320 Global Environments and Societies
  • THRS 361 Religion and the Environment
  • ENVA 361 Religion and the Environment
  • SOC 360 Urbanization and Development
  • LAS 310 Border Issues I
  • HIST 342 Environmental History of Africa

* ECON 311 is a prerequisite for this course