Requirements for a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies

The following table summarizes all requirements for a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies. To see the description of a particular course, click on its title.

 Requirements   Credits 
 Environmental Studies  33–35
 Foundation Courses
      ENV 101. Introduction to Sustainable Systems 
      PHSC 101. Earth Science
      BIO 112. Human Ecology (Corequisite: PHSC 101)
9



 Concentration — Choose three approved courses in ONE of the following areas 
      Natural Science Concentration (see below for the courses)
      Ethics and Aesthetics Concentration (see below for the courses)
      Social Science and Policy Concentration (see below for the courses)
9–11
 Internship 
      ENV 232. Environmental Internship
3
 Two additional Concentration Area courses — one each selected from outside the
 primary concentration (see below for the courses)
6
 Seminar 
      ENV 328. Seminar in Environmental and Sustainability Issues
3
 Capstone Experience
       ENV 401. Capstone Project
3

 Foreign Language  3
      One modern or classical language course at the 202 level or above* 3
 Quantitative Reasoning  3
      MATH 107. Introduction to Statistics 3
 Clare College (Core Curriculum at St. Bonaventure) 36
      CLAR 101. The Intellectual Journey
      CLAR 110. Composition and Critical Thinking I 
      CLAR 111. Composition and Critical Thinking II
      Core Area Courses:
           CLAR 103. Foundations of the Western World
           CLAR 105. Inquiry in the Social World
           CLAR 206. Foundational Religious Texts of the Western World
           CLAR 207. The Catholic-Franciscan Heritage
           CLAR 208. World Views
           CLAR 209. Art and Literature
           CLAR 302 & CLRL 302. Inquiry in the Natural World
           CLAR 304. The Good Life
      CLAR 401. The University Forum
3
3
3
 
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
2
 General Electives  4345
 Total  120

* The School of Arts and Sciences requires all majors to complete a foreign language course at the 202 level or higher. Students not prepared to begin at this level will need to take additional courses in the language, which count as general electives.

† The Clare College curriculum also includes a three-credit quantitative reasoning requirement. Environmental Studies majors satisfy this requirement by passing any of the courses listed in the above table under Quantitative Reasoning.

Concentrations

Choose three approved courses in ONE of the following areas.