The Environmental Studies Program is part of CWU's Center for the Environment.
The CWU Environmental Studies Program was established over 35 years ago to provide an interdisciplinary approach to the study of environmental issues. The program features team-taught courses including two high-enrollment General Education courses that are currently taught by faculty from the Biology, Geography, and Geology departments. In 2008, the Environmental Studies Program began offering a new Bachelors of Science (B.S.) degree in Environmental Studies in addition to the previously existing Environmental Studies Minor. Faculty at CWU are involved in a broad array of environmental research in fields such as biology, resource management, atmospheric chemistry, and watershed studies.
To apply for the Environmental Studies Major or Minor, print the application and take it to Dr. Pamela McMullin-Messier (Farrell Hall, 441) for consultation and signature. It is advisable to arrange a meeting time via e-mail.
NOTE: The Advising Worksheets for each specialization are under revision. For immediate concerns, please contact your advisor.
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