As an interdisciplinary liberal arts and science program, students in the Environmental Studies Minor program have the opportunity to take courses in 16 different departments across the faculties of Arts, Science, Education and Business. Our close connection with the island community enables students to explore the relationship between classroom theory and action, and between environmental issues and their context, in seeking to develop sustainable solutions. The Master of Arts in Island Studies and the new Masters and PhD in the Environmental Sciences provide opportunities to do personal research that helps to understand and address the increasingly complex environmental challenges that our world faces.
For more information, please visit the Faculty of Science Environmental Studies page. For course listings and admission requirements, visit the Environmental Studies program page using the link on the right.
Dr. Carolyn Peach Brown