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2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Environmental Humanities Minor

Dr. Katey Castellano, Coordinator
Phone: (540) 568-3753

This minor allows students to articulate broad historical and cultural views of the complex interactions among humans and the natural and material environment. Students will analyze and produce expressive, creative work that illustrates the complexity of human interaction with the environment.

Students select 18 hours as distributed below. No more than three courses can come from a single academic unit in the total hours selected. Students may double-count two courses in the minor with their major. At the discretion of the minor coordinator, science courses may be substituted into the minor.

Humanities and the Environment

Humanities/Social Science Elective

Science Elective

General Education courses may double-count for the minor.

Total: 18 Credit Hours

1 These four history courses are offered on a rotating basis. One will be offered each year. Each one contains substantial environmental material.