The minor in Human-Environment Geography gives students a focused area of study in the prominent sub-discipline of Geography centered on sustainability, human-environment relationships and human dimensions of global environmental change. It trains students to synthesize the physical and human aspects of geography through a complex and holistic theoretical approach, and introduces them to the use of mixed methods research that human-environment geographers employ.
Minor Requirements (18 Credits)
Students may not count more than two courses towards both their major and the minor.
Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in the following: