This is an archived copy of the catalogue. The environment is a common theme in the courses offered at UVM. The Environmental Studies Program at University of Vermont was established in to meet the need for greater understanding of the ecological and cultural systems supporting all life on earth. The faculty are committed interdisciplinary thinkers drawing on the sciences, social sciences, and humanities to create a lively hub, addressing local and global issues with equal concern. We believe in collaborative problem-solving and the power of human imagination to create a more sustainable future.
Environmental Studies (ENVS)
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Environmental Program at UVM
SU: Intro to Envrnmtl Studies. Survey of environmental studies examining ecological, socioeconomic, aesthetic, and technological influences determining quality of life on earth. View Course Directory.
Jump to navigation. Students engage with advanced-level work as a culminating experience for their education in environmental studies. Capstones are often catalysts for continued education in graduate school or professional careers. ENVS majors choose one of three options to fulfill the nine level credits required to conclude their major. The capstone must be the equivalent of 9 credits of level work; individually approved by ENVS faculty; and appropriate to the student's background and capabilities.