This interdisciplinary certificate program provides a foundation in environmental science concepts as well as economic, political, legal, cultural, and ethical factors associated with emerging environmental issues. Coursework emphasizes themes of sustainability – meeting current societal demands without sacrificing the ability of future generations to meet theirs. Depending on placement (for composition requirement), full-time students could complete the certificate program in one year.
PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
1. Explain the importance of the natural world in Anishinaabe culture.
2. Explain environmental processes are affected by human populations.
3. Explain how environmental problems and solutions are shaped by historical, geographical, social, political, economic, and cultural contexts.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Dr. Andrew Kozich
Environmental Science Department Chair
Wabanung Campus – Room 303
EN102 College Composition I – 3 credits
ES110 Introduction to Environmental Science – 4 credits
ES216 Sustainability – 4 credits
Ecology Elective (Choose BI200 or BI206) – 4 credits
Economics Elective (Choose EC201 or EC202) – 4 credits
Environmental Humanities Elective (Choose ES218 or ES219) – 4 credits
Environmental Social Science Electives (Choose from ES125, ES158, and ES217) – 8 credits
Total Credits Required – 31 credits