The Certificate in Environmental Science and Policy (ESP) is designed for individuals working in fields such as education, government, law, and urban planning who seek a greater understanding of environmental conditions as well as the policies that are both causes and effects of current environmental realities.
- Students can pursue a certificate in Environmental Science and Policy while pursuing another degree or as a non-degree-seeking student.
- Non-degree students must have a high school diploma or equivalent.
- Students wishing to apply for the ESP Certificate should contact their academic advisor.
- Students must earn a B (not B-) in each course taken for the certificate.
Program of Study
A certificate in Environmental Science and Policy consists of 6 courses (19 credits).
|Course Number||Title||Credit Hours||Requisites (KEY)||Notes|
|EVR 2001||Introduction to Environmental Science||3||None||EVR 2001 & EVR 2001L are taken together as one course.|
|EVR 2001L||Environmental Science Lab||1||None||EVR 2001 & EVR 2001L are taken together as one course.|
|EVR 2861||Introduction to Environmental Policy||3||None|
|PHI 3640||Environmental Ethics||3||None|
|POS 3697||Environmental Law||3||None|
|PUP 4203||Environmental Politics and Policy||3||None|
|BSC 4057||Environmental Issues||3||None|