Environmental Studies

Saint Johns University
New York, United States
Qualification
Bachelor's Degree
Study mode
Full-time
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Entry Requirements

An application is not complete until we have received the below items:

  • Application for Admission and Scholarships

Prospective first-year and transfer students who are U.S. citizens may apply for admission using either the CSB/SJU GET INspired Application or The Common Application.

  • Writing Sample

Submit a writing sample on a topic of your choice or a previously written paper. It should be one to two pages in length, typed and double-spaced.

  • Official Transcript
  • Official ACT/SAT results
  • Official ACT/SAT results
  • Teacher Evaluation

The evaluation should be from a teacher from one of your core academic courses (English, math, science, or social science). Only one evaluation is required, but you may submit more than one

Curriculum

GROUP ONE: Interdisciplinary Core - 17 credits required

  • ENVR 150: Introduction to Environmental Studies (4 credits)
  • ENVR 215: Learning Community/Sustainability Workshop (2 credits)
  • ENVR 220: Environmental Methods & Measurement (2 credits)
  • ENVR 320: Research Colloquium (4 credits)
  • ENVR 395: Research Seminar (4 credits)
  • ENVR 397: Internship (1 credit) - Internship Guidelines

GROUP TWO: Natural Science - 12 credits required

  • ENVR 175: Integrated Environmental Science I (4 credits)
  • ENVR 275: Integrated Environmental Science II (4 credits)
  • ENVR 300: Topics in Environmental Studies - Natural Science (4 credits)
  • ENVR 300G: Science of Global Climate Change (4 credits)
  • ENVR 300F: Environmental Geology (4 credits)
  • BIOL 334: General Ecology (4 credits)
  • BIOL 337: Aquatic Ecology (4 credits)

MAJOR ELECTIVES 24 credits required

Choose 3 courses from Group Three, 1 course from Group Four, plus 2 additional courses from either Group Three, Four, or Five. GROUP THREE: Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies Electives - 12 -20 credits required

  • ENVR 225: Food, Gender, and the Environment (GE)(4 credits)
  • ENVR 300: Topics in Environmental Studies - Interdisciplinary (4 credits)
  • ENVR 310: Environmental Geography (4 credits)
  • ENVR 311: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (4 credits)
  • ENVR 321: Sustainable Agriculture (4 credits)
  • ENVR 335: Environmental Education Pedagogy (4 credits)

GROUP FOUR: Disciplinary Humanities/Fine Arts Electives - 4-12 credits required

  • ENVR 200A: Environmental Art/Architecture (4 credits)
  • ENVR 300: Topics in Environmental Studies - Humanities/Fine Arts (4 credits)
  • ENVR 300E: Envisioning Nature (4 credits)
  • COMM 309: Environmental Rhetoric (4 credits)
  • PHIL 322: Environmental Ethics (4 credits)
  • THEO 343: Theology and the Environment (4 credits)
  • HIST 360: U.S. Environmental History (4 credits)

GROUP FIVE: Disciplinary Social Science Electives - 0-8 credits required

  • ENVR 300: Topics in Environmental Studies - Social Science (4 credits)
  • ENVR 300I: Environmental Anthropolgoy (4 credits)
  • ECON 318: Natural Resource/Environmental Economics (4 credits)
  • POLS 330: Environmental Politics/Policy (4 credits)
  • SOCI 338: World Populations (4 credits)
  • PCST 354: Global Environmental Politics (4 credits)

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