2015-2016 Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]
Environmental and Resource Studies Minor
Peggy Hauselt (Geography), Ph.D., Coordinator
David Colnic (Politics & Public Administration), Ph.D., Adviser
Patrick A. Kelly, Ph.D., Adviser
Ann K. Kohlhaas, (Biological Sciences), Ph.D., Adviser
Michael J. Perona (Chemistry), Ph.D., Adviser
Office: Bizzini Hall 215
Phone: (209) 667-3127
The minor in Environmental and Resource Studies is an interdisciplinary program open to students in any major. It is intended for students who are concerned with environmental and resource issues and with the interactions of natural systems and social processes. The focus of the minor is on the complex problems of human-environment relationships.
Upper-division courses counted in the major may not be counted towards the minor. However, courses in the minor may be used to satisfy prerequisites to the major and general education requirements, if applicable. See the General Education Breadth Requirements section in this catalog for current information.