Environmental Communication and Arts Major

  1. Environmental communication and arts (2)
    1. One unit from “history and theory”: Art History 245; English 190; History 150; Anthropology/Museum Studies 247.
    2. One unit from “practice”: Art 103, 115, 117, 125, 150, 325; Environmental Studies 287/Spanish 282; Journalism /Media Studies 125; Museum Studies 145; Theatre and Dance 106, 112, 114; Writing 100.
  2. Environmental justice and citizenship (2): Two units chosen from Anthropology 100; Economics 199; Political Science 110, 130, 160, 180.
  3. Environmental sciences (2): Two units chosen from Biology 111, 121, 152, 172, 208, 217; Chemistry 117, 150, 220; Geology 100, 110, 235, 240.
  4. Four units from environmental core courses, chosen in consultation with the advisor: Anthropology 219; Economics/Environmental Studies 205; Environmental Studies 258, 280-284, 286; History/Environmental Studies 237; Journalism 225 (when topic is environmental writing); Media Studies 105; Media Studies 350/Environmental Studies 260; Philosophy/Environmental Studies 224; Political Science/Environmental Studies 210, 246, 255, 257. An appropriate internship or a course taken as part of domestic off-campus or study abroad may fulfill up to 1 unit of the “core” study.
  5. Two concentration courses (2): An appropriate internship or a course taken as part of domestic off-campus or study abroad may fulfill up to 1 unit of the “concentration” study, in consultation with the student’s advisor.
    1. One unit from Studio Art 200, 205, 210, 215, 280, 325; English 205; Interdisciplinary Studies 222; Theatre and Dance 242, 342, 351.
    2. One 200-level or higher communications and arts course. May include Environmental Studies 290-294; environmental studies in a foreign language, including French 215, Japanese 280, and Environmental Studies 287/Spanish 282; or a course chosen in consultation with the student’s advisor.
  6. Environmental Studies 380 (.5).
  7. Writing/communication requirement: Writing in environmental studies incorporates the multiple traditions that inform the examination of human/environment interactions. Students are exposed to a variety of writing styles in the natural science, social science, humanities, and interdisciplinary courses required for the major. The capstone course, Environmental Studies 380, provides opportunities for students to explore writing and speaking in ways that communicate to diverse audiences about environmental issues.
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Requirement Type

Major

Units Needed to Achieve

12.5

Primary Section

4804

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