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1 Make a positive impact toward sustainability. Overview "Acquire the knowledge to create a sustainable future. The reasons why are all around you." With the new Bachelor of Environmental Studies program at the University of Prince Edward Island you will learn to make environmental connections across academic fields and to analyze environmental challenges we face today. In the classroom, field, and community, you will lead the way in finding innovative solutions making a positive impact toward sustainability in your personal life, locally and globally. Environmental issues typically do not respect traditional academic boundaries and require scientific, technical, human and social perspectives to address. As an interdisciplinary liberal arts and science program, the Bachelor of Environmental Studies will provide students with the opportunity to integrate knowledge across faculties of Arts, Science, and Business. Environmental Studies Dr. Carolyn Peach Brown, Director Page 1 of 17

2 Degree A student enrolled in the Bachelor of Environmental Studies (BES) will require a total of 120 credit hours or 40 Courses which includes a minimum of 42 credit hours or 14 discipline specific courses with a designation of Environmental Studies (). There are five required core courses in Environmental Studies, one of which requires a 30 hour internship working with a community partner engaged in the environmental field ( 301). There are requirements from the Faculties of Arts, Science and School of Business also. Students are required to choose one of three specializations: Environmental Thought and Practice Island Environments and Sustainability Environmental Innovation and Change Management The specialization in Environmental Thought and Practice focuses on the exploration of the values, attitudes and beliefs of people in relation to the environment in order to provide answers to pressing environmental concerns. Island Environments and Sustainability specialization focuses on the diverse characteristics of islands and islanders interaction with the environment in order to gain an understanding of lessons for sustainability in all places. The specialization in Environmental Innovation and Change Management focuses on learning how to live within the limits of our environment, and develop innovations to manage the interaction of human activities with and upon the environment in a positive way; to challenge the conventional and move organizations, businesses and communities to invoke positive change. Specializations COURSE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION Students are expected to apply for a particular specialization at the beginning of their second year. However, it is possible for students to declare a specialization until the end of their third year. See the Suggested Course Sequence tab below for each specialization's suggested sequence. IRONMENTAL INNOVATION AND CHANGE MANAGEMENT SPECIALIZATION Five Core Environmental Studies Courses () = 15 Hours Credit Introduction to Environmental Studies Societies and Sustainability: Past and Present Methods of Environmental Inquiry Environmental Studies Internship Public Scholars on Environmental Issues At least nine additional Environmental Studies courses that fit the following criterion = 27 Hours Credit Two must be at the 400 level Four must be at the 300 level or above Three Environmental Studies electives Page 2 of 17

3 Two Core Specialization Courses = 6 Hours Credit 332 Environmental Innovation and Change Management Skills Either Economics 211 Introduction to Resource Economics OR Economics 215 Environmental Economics 9 credit hours chosen from the following list OR other course with permission of Director: 224 Field Course in Ecological Forestry 242 Society and Natural Resources 351 Sustainable Community Planning 354 Environmental Valuation: Theory and Practice 433 Environmental Communication strategies 495 Environmental Studies Symposium ENGN 152 Engineering and the Biosphere BUS 141 Marketing BUS 265 Introduction to entrepreneurship and Small Business Management BUS 373 Tourism Management PHYS 261 Energy, Environment and the Economy S/A 341 Technology, Society and the Environment 3 Foundational Cognate Courses = 9 Hours Credit Biology 101 Environmental Biology Philosophy 203 Environmental Philosophy Either Sociology 101 Introduction to Sociology I OR Anthropology 105 Introduction to Anthropology I 1 Course in Statistical Methods = 3 Hours Credit Math 221 Introductory Statistics I (or other course with permission of Director) 4 Foundational Courses from approved List of Science and Business courses that fit the following criteria = 12 Hours Credit 2 Science 2 Science or Business 4 Foundational Courses from approved List of Arts courses that fit the following criteria = 12 Hours Credit 1 Political Science or Economics 1 English or History 2 Arts Required courses in other departments, and electives as listed below in the section Required courses in other departments ALL SPECIALIZATIONS = 36 Hours Credit IRONMENTAL THOUGHT AND PRACTICE SPECIALIZATION Page 3 of 17

4 Five Core Environmental Studies Courses () = 15 Hours Credit Introduction to Environmental Studies Societies and Sustainability: Past and Present Methods of Environmental Inquiry Environmental Studies Internship Public Scholars on Environmental Issues At least nine additional Environmental Studies courses that fit the following criterion = 27 Hours Credit Two must be at the 400 level Four must be at the 300 level or above Three Environmental Studies electives Two Core Specialization Courses = 6 Hours Credit Either Psychology 101 Introduction to Psychology I OR Psychology 333 Ecopsychology Sociology/Anthropology 341 Technology, Society and the Environment 9 credit hours chosen from the following list OR other course with permission of Director: 242 Society and Natural Resources 231 Island Environmental Histories 342 Environment and Development 411 Environmental Governance 433 Environmental Communication Strategies 495 Environmental Studies Symposium ENG 322 EnglishCanadian Poetry ENG thCentury American Literature HIST 483 The History of the environmentalist Movement PHIL 206 Animal Ethics PHIL 371 Communitybased Ethical Inquiry 3 Foundational Cognate Courses = 9 Hours Credit Biology 101 Environmental Biology Philosophy 203 Environmental Philosophy Either Sociology 101 Introduction to Sociology I OR Anthropology 105 Introduction to Anthropology I 1 Course in Statistical Methods = 3 Hours Credit Math 221 Introductory Statistics I (or other course with permission of Director) 4 Foundational Courses from approved List of Science and Business courses that fit the following criteria = 12 Hours Credit Page 4 of 17

5 2 Science 2 Science or Business 4 Foundational Courses from approved List of Arts courses that fit the following criteria = 12 Hours Credit 1 Political Science or Economics 1 English or History 2 Arts Required courses in other departments, and electives as listed below in the section Required courses in other departments ALL SPECIALIZATIONS = 36 Hours Credit ISLAND IRONMENTS AND SUSTAINABILITY SPECIALIZATION Five Core Environmental Studies Courses () = 15 Hours Credit Introduction to Environmental Studies Societies and Sustainability: Past and Present Methods of Environmental Inquiry Environmental Studies Internship Public Scholars on Environmental Issues At least nine additional Environmental Studies courses that fit the following criterion = 27 Hours Credit Two must be at the 400 level Four must be at the 300 level or above Three Environmental Studies electives Two Core Specialization Courses = 6 Hours Credit IST 201 Introduction to Island Studies Either POLS 233 Political Geography OR 334 Environmental Stresses on Island Communities 9 credit hours from the following list OR other course with permission of Director: 212 Earth's Physical Environment 231 Island Environmental Histories 311 Understanding Climate Change 321 Natural Hazards 351 Sustainable Community Planning 411 Environmental Goverance BIO 222 Ecology BIO 327 Field Coastal Ecology BIO 391 Marine Biology BIO 452 Biogeography and Macroecology BIO 462 Watershed Ecology SOC 305 Population and Society Page 5 of 17

6 3 Foundational Cognate Courses = 9 Hours Credit Biology 101 Environmental Biology Philosophy 203 Environmental Philosophy Either Sociology 101 Introduction to Sociology I OR Anthropology 105 Introduction to Anthropology I 1 Course in Statistical Methods = 3 Hours Credit Math 221 Introductory Statistics I (or other course with permission of Director) 4 Foundational Courses from approved List of Science and Business courses that fit the following criteria = 12 Hours Credit 2 Science 2 Science or Business 4 Foundational Courses from approved List of Arts courses that fit the following criteria = 12 Hours Credit 1 Political Science or Economics 1 English or History 2 Arts Required courses in other departments, and electives as listed below in the section Required courses in other departments ALL SPECIALIZATIONS = 36 Hours Credit REQUIRED COURSES IN OTHER DEPARTMENTS ALL SPECIALIZATIONS (36 credit hours) One of UPEI 101, 102, or 103 A Writing Intensive course (Either English 381 Professional Writing or Business 211 Business Communications or other writing intensive course with approval of Director) Other electives = 30 semester hours The remaining number of semester hours required to complete the requirements for the Environmental Studies major will be made up from courses selected by the students. Minor REQUIREMENTS FOR MINOR IN IRONMENTAL STUDIES A minor in Environmental Studies will be recognized when a student has successfully completed 21 semester hours of courses drawn from Environmental Studies courses and crosslisted courses. These courses must include: 1) Two core introductory Environmental Studies courses (Environmental Studies 101 and 203) Page 6 of 17

7 2) A minimum of 6 semester hours in approved courses within the Faculty of Sciences; and 3) A minimum of 6 semester hours in approved courses within the Faculty of Arts and School of Business Administration APPROVED COURSES IRONMENTAL STUDIES MINOR: Students who do not have the required prerequisites for particular courses that are crosslisted in the Environmental Studies Program are encouraged to consult with the instructors of these courses to seek their permission to enrol. Instructors may choose to admit students to these courses based upon alternative prerequisites that are judged to provide the student with sufficient background preparation for the course. Faculty of Science **Biology 101 Current Issues in Environmental Biology Biology 132 Introduction to Organisms Biology 222 Ecology Biology 314 Plant Community Ecology Biology 327 Field Coastal Ecology Biology 391 Marine Biology Biology 411 Principles of Wildlife Biology Biology 452 Biogeography and Macroecology Biology 454 Biodiversity and Conservation Biology Biology 462 Watershed Ecology Biology 465 Marine Community Ecology Biology 485 Environmental Toxicology Chemistry 202 Environmental Chemistry Physics 261 Energy, Environment and the Economy ** Students may only credit either Biology 101 or Biology 132 toward their minor. Faculty of Arts Economics 211 Introduction to Resource Economics Economics 215 Environmental Economics Economics 352 Applied Resource Economics English 322 English Canadian Poetry English 331 The Literature of Atlantic Canada English 335 British Romantic Literature History 483 History of the Environmental Movement Island Studies 201 Introduction to Island Studies Philosophy 102 Introduction to Ethics and Social Philosophy Philosophy 105 Technology, Values, and Science Philosophy 203 Environmental Philosophy Philosophy 206 Animal Ethics Philosophy 371 CommunityBased Ethical Inquiry Psychology 333 Ecopsychology Sociology 305 Population and Society Sociology/Anthropology 341 Technology, Society and the Environment Approved Courses APPROVED LIST OF SCIENCE, BUSINESS, AND ARTS COURSES for the BES Page 7 of 17

8 Unless otherwise indicated, students who do not have the required prerequisites for particular courses that are approved for the Bachelor of Environmental Studies are encouraged to consult with the instructors of these courses to seek their permission to enrol. Instructors may choose to admit students to these courses based upon alternative prerequisites that are judged to provide the student with sufficient background preparation for the course. SCIENCE COURSES: Applied Human Sciences: Foods and Nutrition 223 Nutrition and Dietary Behaviour Biology: (please note that Biology are required as prerequisites for the other Biology courses below) Current Issues in Environmental Biology Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology Introduction to Organisms Ecology Botany Zoology Plants and People Plant Community Ecology Field Coastal Ecology Ornithology Life of Mammals Marine Biology Biogeography and Macroecology Biodiversity and Conservation Biology Watershed Ecology Marine Community Ecology Environmental Toxicology Chemistry: (please note that Chemistry are required as prerequisites for the other Chemistry courses below) General Chemistry I General Chemistry II Environmental Chemistry Organic Chemistry for the Life Sciences Engineering: 152 Engineering and the Biosphere 212 Geology for Engineers Physics: 261 Energy, Environment and the Economy BUSINESS COURSES: Introduction to Business Marketing Organizational Behaviour Business Communication Introduction to Management Science Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management Page 8 of 17

9 275 Introduction to Biotechnology 373 Tourism Management ARTS COURSES: Economics: Introduction to Resource Economics Environmental Economics Agricultural Economics Applied Resource Economics English: English Canadian Poetry The Literature of Atlantic Canada British Romantic Literature 19th century American literature, History: The Atlantic Region History of Prince Edward Island: PreConfederation History of Prince Edward Island: PostConfederation History of the Environmental Movement International Development Studies: 201 Introduction to International Development Studies Modern Languages: 211 Latin American Studies: South America Philosophy: Introduction to Ethics and Social Philosophy Technology, Values, and Science Critical Thinking Environmental Philosophy Animal Ethics Philosophy of Science CommunityBased Ethical Inquiry Political Science: 101 Introductory Politics I: Government and Politics in Liberal Democracies 102 Introductory Politics II: Political Ideologies in Liberal Democracies 253 Introduction to Political Theory Psychology: 101 Introduction to Psychology: Part I 242 Introduction to Social Psychology 333 Ecopsychology Page 9 of 17

10 362 Ergonomics Religious Studies: 102 Religions of the World: Eastern Traditions Sociology: Introduction to Sociology II Self and Society Social Psychology Population and Society Methodology and Research II Collective Behaviour and Social Movements Media and Society Sociology/Anthropology: Introduction to Anthropology II Native Canadians Science, Culture and Society Technology, Society, and the Environment Careers: Sustainability Officer Environmental Manager Sustainability Policy Analyst Environmental Educator Ecotourism Officer Example Courses: 224 Field Course In Ecological Forestry 311 Understanding Climate Change 321 Natural Hazards 409 Sp. Tp.: Environmental Impact Assessment Course Level: 100 Level Courses: 101 (formerly 201) INTRODUCTION TO IRONMENTAL STUDIES This course introduces students to a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approach to the study of environmental issues; and emphasizes the interrelationships among the various physical, biological, and human systems. It examines major contemporary environmental issues, such as global warming and land use, and focuses on how these issues are understood and addressed within the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities. Three hours a week (some field trips may be required) Course Level: 200 Level Courses: 203 SOCIETIES AND SUSTAINABILITY: PAST AND PRESENT This course explores the concept of sustainability in relation to how societies have interacted with the Page 10 of 17

11 environment overtime. Through exploration of successes and failures from historical and contemporary societies, students will develop the capacity to understand the ecological context in which humans live, to recognize limits, and to design sustainable human systems for the future. PREREQUISITE: 101 or permission of the instructor 204 METHODS OF IRONMENTAL INQUIRY This course introduces students to the diverse nature of inquiry in the various fields of environmental studies. Through practical case studies it provides literacy in key methods used in understanding the environment in the sciences, social sciences and humanities. PREREQUISITE: 101 or permission of the instructor 209 SPECIAL TOPICS To create a category for uniquely titled courses offered by a department and put on the timetable as a special course on a onetime basis. 212 EARTH S PHYSICAL IRONMENT This course will introduce students to the basic building blocks of Earth s physical characteristics, providing a foundation on which to develop more specialist knowledge in their understanding of Environmental Studies. It will examine the geologic and geomorphic cycles, including processes of weathering, erosion, transportation and deposition, and investigate how these create fluvial, glacial, and coastal landforms and impacts on human activity. It also aims to address atmospheric processes and the links between global climate zones and world ecosystems. PREREQUISITE: 101 or permission of the instructor 224 FIELD COURSE IN ECOLOGICAL FORESTRY This course introduces students to the principles and practices of ecological forestry management. By combining theorybased lectures and an experiential learning approach at the MacPhail Woods Ecological Forestry site students will gain a deep understanding of the forest and forest restoration efforts. PREREQUISITE: Second year standing or permission of the instructor 231 ISLAND IRONMENTAL HISTORIES Environmental history is broadly defined as the study of continuity and change in human relationships with the environment. This course introduces students to environmental history and historical methods with a focus on historic and current, interaction with the environment on global islands. Special focus will be given to ocean, forest, and land use activity in Prince Edward Island and islands in the Atlantic region. PREREQUISITE: 101 or permission of the instructor 242 SOCIETY AND NATURAL RESOURCES This course examines the development, use and conservation of natural resources. It explore the definition of natural resources, the history of resource use, governance regimes, and theories and practices around integrated resource planning and management, ecosystem management, adaptive management, conflict resolution approaches, local knowledge and public participation. Case studies explore recent trends in forestry, fisheries, agriculture, parks and recreation, wildlife, and water resources management. PREREQUISITE: 101 or permission of the instructor Page 11 of 17

12 291 DIRECTED STUDIES This course offers recognition for equivalencylearning to returned CUSO cooperants and interns who have completed an international development placement overseas. Students who have completed a CUSO placement with a focus on environmental issues such as environmental science, resource management, conservation, environmental education can apply to receive credit toward their Environmental Studies degree. Course Level: 300 Level Courses: 301 IRONMENTAL STUDIES INTERNSHIP This course provides students with opportunities to develop, integrate and apply their knowledge of environmental issues and theory. Students will be involved in 'internship' experiences with varied environmental organizations, in environmental action research on campus issues or in other settings, and in developing personal plans for environmental action and change. Classroom discussions and written work will aid students in developing a multidisciplinary and systems approach to the analysis of these experiences. PREREQUISITE: 101. Students taking this course concurrently may apply for admission to the instructor One and a half hours per week in class, two and a half hours per week in practicum work 309 SPECIAL TOPICS To create a category for uniquely titled courses offered by a department and put on the timetable as a special course on a onetime basis. 311 UNDERSTANDING CLIMATE CHANGE This course introduces students to the science of climate change. Students explore its social and political implications, and examine its impact on daily life by reviewing current scientific data as it relates to vulnerabilities of particular regions. Topics include methods, strategies, and technologies that address climate change, using case studies of adaptive and mitigative programs in North America, with a special emphasis on Canada s climate action plan. PREREQUISITE: Environmental Studies 101 or 203 Three hours a week 321 NATURAL HAZARDS This course provides an introduction to the causes of a variety of natural hazards (tectonic e.g. earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanic activity; meteorological e.g. hurricanes and flooding; and mass movement e.g. landslides, mudslides, and avalanches) as well as their impact on human activities and the strategies available to predict and manage such events. PREREQUISITE: 101 or 203 or permission of the instructor 332 IRONMENTAL INNOVATION AND CHANGE MANAGEMENT SKILLS This course will introduce students to a general overview of innovations to address environmental goals. It will examine how using a structured approach to change can move organizations, businesses and communities toward more environmentally sustainable practices. PREREQUISITE: 101 or 203 or permission of the instructor 334 IRONMENTAL STRESSES ON ISLAND COMMUNITIES Page 12 of 17

13 This course explores the risk and vulnerabilities associated with climate change and other environmental stress on island communities. This course will focus on the special characteristics of island communities and will explore island vulnerabilities in the natural and built environment as well as in social and economic systems. PREREQUISITE: 101 or 203 or permission of the instructor 342 IRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT This course focuses on environment and development issues in an international, particularly a developing country, context. Issues related to trade, biodiversity conservation, agriculture, climate change, wealth, poverty, population, and gender will be explored. PREREQUISITE: 101 or permission of the instructor 351 SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY PLANNING An overview of how planning tools and practice shape the form of communities, including: (1) Key issues and principles of sustainability at a community scale; as well as related planning approaches; (2) Sustainable community planning approaches and tools for identifying and achieving quality of life, and (3) The components and process of developing an integrated sustainable community plan. Students will learn how to assess community capital, identify and recruit key stakeholders and develop, implement, monitor and evaluate a community plan. PREREQUISITE: 101 or 203 or permission of the instructor 354 IRONMENTAL VALUATION: THEORY AND PRACTICE This course would develop the theory and techniques in the valuation of nonmarket (ecological) good and services. It will focus on the techniques and methods for placing monetary values on the environment and incorporating them into economic decision making at both the macro and project level. PREREQUISITE: 101 or 203 or permission of the instructor Course Level: 400 Level Courses: 401 PUBLIC SCHOLARS ON IRONMENTAL ISSUES This seminar course will provide a forum for students to interact and learn from local, national and international experts in various fields of environmental studies. Students will gain an increased awareness and understanding of the diverse ways in which our society is addressing issues related to the environment. The course will provide opportunities for students to develop in their own expertise as public scholars. PREREQUISITE: 101 or 203 or permission of the instructor 409 SPECIAL TOPICS To create a category for uniquely titled courses offered by a department and put on the timetable as a special course on a onetime basis. PREREQUISITE: 101 or 203 or permission of the instructor 411 IRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE This course focuses on developing an understanding of principles, practices and emerging issues relating to environmental governance. An emphasis is placed on exploring the roles of governments, markets and collective action in environmental policy and management. Examples of governance Page 13 of 17

14 arrangements are drawn from different parts of the world and different ecological contexts, including the uniqueness of island contexts. Crosslisted with Island Studies (c.f. Island Studies 619) [1] PREREQUISITES: 101 or permission of the instructor. For students taking the course as IST 619 they need to be an active graduate student 431 IRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT This course examines Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) from philosophical, methodological and institutional perspectives. The evolution of EIA in Canada will be the focus. The strategic role of EIA will be explored as to its effectiveness as a tool for achieving sustainability goals. Case studies illustrating major issues and applications will be presented at a variety of geographical scales. Some field trips may be required. Crosslisted with Environmental Sciences (c.f. ESC 803) [2] PREREQUITES: 101 or with permission of instructor 433 IRONMENTAL COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES This course promotes the development of communication skills in the context of environmental issues and exposes students to direct interaction with representatives from industry, government and the community. The course will also provide broad theoretical and practical knowledge needed to resolve disputes as well as skills training in techniques of mediation, facilitation, and negotiation. PREREQUISITE: 101 or 203 or permission of the instructor 441 IRONMENT AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Ecological problems such as climate change and resource scarcity transcend the boundaries of nationstates and therefore necessitate international cooperation between states and nonstate actors. This course will examine the dynamics of global environmental politics. PREREQUISITE: 101 or 203 or permission of the instructor DIRECTED STUDIES These courses offer students the opportunity for the study of other subjects in environmental studies in two different forms: (1) In response to an individual student's needs, a program of directed readings or directed research can be developed with a faculty member; (2) Directed Studies courses are offered on occasion by members of the faculty or by visiting instructors. (See Academic Regulation 9 for Regulations Governing Directed Studies.) Three hours a week 495 IRONMENTAL STUDIES SYMPOSIUM The Student Environmental Studies Symposium course is an opportunity for students to facilitate a public forum to raise awareness and discussion about a contemporary environmental issue. This unique course will focus on students planning and running a one day symposium about a relevant environmental issue of their choice. It will provide an opportunity for active and collaborative learning as students dialogue with important stakeholders engaged in real world issues from government, the private sector and civil society. Through the process of organizing this symposium, students will deepen their knowledge of the complex nature of environmental issues and the challenges in finding sustainable solutions. Practical outcomes of the course include the development of critical thinking and writing skills, as well as organizational, communication and teambuilding skills. PREREQUISITE: 101 or 203 or permission of the instructor Page 14 of 17

15 Course Level: Suggested Course Sequence Courses: SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCES (ALL SPECIALIZATIONS) First Year 101 (3 hours credit) BIO 101 (3 hours credit) Either SOC 101 or ANTH 105 (3 hours credit) Math 111 or 112 (3 hours credit) 212 (3 hours credit) One of UPEI 101, 102 or 103 (3 hours credit) Foundational courses from approved list of Science and Business courses (3 or 6 hours credit) Foundational courses from approved list of Arts courses (3 or 6 hours credit) Electives (3 to 6 hours credit) IRONMENTAL INNOVATION AND CHANGE MANAGEMENT SPECIALIZATION Second Year 203 (3 hours credit) 204 (3 hours credit) PHIL 203 (3 hours credit) MATH 221 (3 hours credit) Either EC 211 or EC 215 (3 hours credit) Foundational courses from approved list of Science and Business courses (3 or 6 hours credit) Foundational courses from approved list of Arts courses (3 or 6 hours credit) Electives (6 to 9 hours credit) Third Year 301 (3 hours credit) 332 (3 hours credit) Foundational courses from approved list of Science and Business courses (3 or 6 hours credit) Foundational courses from approved list of Arts courses (3 or 6 hours credit) Three of: 224, 242, 351, 354, 433, 495, ENGN 151, BUS 141, BUS 265, BUS 373, PHYS 261, S/A 341 (9 hours credit) Electives (6 to 9 hours credit) Fourth Year 401 (3 hours credit) One writing Intensive course ENG 381 or BUS 211 (or other course with approval of Director) (3 hours credit) If not already fulfilled: Two electives at 300 level (6 hours credit) One elective at 400 level (3 hours credit) Electives (15 hours credit) IRONMENTAL THOUGHT AND PRACTICE SPECIALIZATION Second Year 203 (3 hours credit) 204 (3 hours credit) PHIL 203 (3 hours credit) MATH 221 (3 hours credit) Either PSYCH 101 or PSYCH 333 (3 hours credit) Foundational courses from approved list of Science and Business courses (3 or 6 hours credit) Page 15 of 17

16 Foundational courses from approved list of Arts courses (3 or 6 hours credit) Electives (6 to 9 hours credit) Third Year 301 (3 hours credit) SOC/ANTH 341 (3 hours credit) Foundational courses from approved list of Science and Business courses (3 or 6 hours credit) Foundational courses from approved list of Arts courses (3 or 6 hours credit) Three of: 242, 231, 342, 411, 433, 495, ENG 322, ENG 362, HIST 483, PHIL 206, PHIL 371 (9 hours credit) Electives (6 to 9 hours credit) Fourth Year 401 (3 hours credit) One writing Intensive course ENG 381 or BUS 211 (or other course with approval of Director) (3 hours credit) If not already fulfilled: Two electives at 300 level (6 hours credit) One elective at 400 level (3 hours credit) Electives (15 hours credit) ISLAND IRONMENTS AND SUSTAINABILITY SPECIALIZATION Second Year 203 (3 hours credit) 204 (3 hours credit) PHIL 203 (3 hours credit) MATH 221 (3 hours credit) IST 201 (3 hours credit) Foundational courses from approved list of Science and Business courses (3 or 6 hours credit) Foundational courses from approved list of Arts courses (3 or 6 hours credit) Electives (6 to 9 hours credit) Third Year 301 (3 hours credit) Either POLS 233 or 334 (3 hours credit) Foundational courses from approved list of Science and Business courses (3 or 6 hours credit) Foundational courses from approved list of Arts courses (3 or 6 hours credit) Three of 212, 231, 311, 321, 351, 411, BIO 222, BIO 327, BIO 391, BIO 452, BIO 462, SOC 305 (9 hours credit) Electives (6 to 9 hours credit) Fourth Year 401 (3 hours credit) One writing Intensive course ENG 381 or BUS 211 (or other course with approval of Director) (3 hours credit) If not already fulfilled: Two electives at 300 level (6 hours credit) One elective at 400 level (3 hours credit) Electives (15 hours credit) Page 16 of 17

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