Academic Programs and Opportunities
The Sustainability and Environmental Studies (SENS) Program officially offers a minor as well as sponsorship for an independent SENS major. The Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) and Biology Departments also offer sustainability- and/or ecology-related course offerings as part of their academic curricula. The ANR curriculum also focuses on ecology and sustainable management of resources concentration in sustainable systems. The ANR degree requires at least one SENS course, and some students also choose to complete a minor in SENS.
Numerous other academic programs/departments cross-list courses with SENS and/or include substantial related material, and many of the required General Studies (GSTR) courses include at least one SENS section. Students can also use SENS courses to meet other GST requirements such as Practical Reasoning, Practical Reasoning with Quantitative Emphasis, and the Active Learning Requirement.
- Sustainability and Environmental Studies (SENS) Program
- Other Academic Opportunities in Sustainability
- Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR)
- Department of Biology
- General Studies (GSTR)