Joshua Kincaid, Associate Professor of Environmental Studies and Geography
Gregory Hall, Room 206, (540) 665-4909, [email protected]
Environmental Studies combines perspectives from the natural and social sciences with applied experiences in the laboratory, field and community settings. The major consists of required courses and projects that provide an interdisciplinary understanding of environmental concepts, issues and methods for resolving problems. Additional courses enable students to develop selected competencies in greater depth as preparation for graduate studies or professional careers.
Or another approved course at the 200-level or above
Total: 46-49 credits
Many of the electives listed below can be combined with other courses to develop a specialized field within environmental studies. While optional, an additional 15-20 credits and an internship are highly recommended. See the program coordinator for recommended courses.