Environmental StudiesMS-B1807Hamline University1536 Hewitt AvenueSaint Paul, MN 55104
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The environmental studies major consists of:
Each student must take six courses (three of which must be numbered 3000 or higher) in a single academic department. This provides a depth of understanding in the particular field most closely allied to the student’s interests. The director of environmental studies must approve the disciplinary concentration chosen by each student majoring in environmental studies.Internship
Each student must complete an internship related to environmental studies. The internship must be taken for academic credit and completed under the supervision of the environmental studies director. Guidelines for requirements for the internship are available from the environmental studies director.
These courses are designed to complement the disciplinary concentration and to provide the student with a multidisciplinary perspective. We require one course in each of the areas listed below. In certain circumstances, other courses may be used to fulfill these requirements upon approval by both the academic advisor and the director of environmental studies. Courses in the student’s department of disciplinary concentration may not be used to fulfill these requirements, except for the quantitative methods requirement (which may be fulfilled within the department of disciplinary concentration).Environment and Human ValuesPHIL 1140 - EthicsPHIL 3380 - Concepts of Nature
Quantitative MethodsECON 1330 - StatisticsMATH 1200 - Statistics and Data AnalysisPSY 1340 - Statistics for the Behavioral SciencesEconomics and Public PolicyECON 1310 - Microeconomic AnalysisECON 1320 - Macroeconomic AnalysisPSCI 3020 - International Political EconomyPSCI 3700 - Public Policy and Public AdministrationPhysical ScienceCHEM 1100 - Chemistry and SocietyCHEM 1140 - General Chemistry IIPHYS 1110 - Energy, Environment, and the EconomyPHYS 1160 - Algebra-based Physics IIPHYS 1240 - General Physics IICulture, Politics and EconomyANTH 3460 - From Development to GlobalizationANTH 3480 - Cultural EcologyECON 3720 - International Economic DevelopmentPSCI 3680 - Politics and Society in Developing AreasPSCI 3690 - Politics of Urban and Metropolitan America
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