Environmental Science is one of the most versatile fields of study you can pursue. The environmental science minor enhances any major and opens the door to many opportunities for potential careers. This program encourages you to take advantage of the rich local opportunities in the sciences. You'll gain a fundamental understanding of core environmental science concepts and engage in collaborative, applied, active, and project-based learning activities.
Students must complete 16 units from the courses below in order to fulfill the requirements of the Environmental Science Minor; at least 12 of these units (including 8 or more upper-division units) must be unique to the minor and may not be used in fulfillment of other majors, minors, or concentrations.
Complete 4 to 8 units from the following courses:
Complete 8 to 12 units from the following courses:
Students apply scientific principles and methods to the study of some aspect of the major physical or biological processes underlying the environment.
Students apply advanced scientific concepts in a laboratory or field setting to describe, analyze, and solve complex environmental problems.