Environmental Humanities, Certificate


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Environmental Humanities, Certificate

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Focus on humans' relationship to nature and the environment in English core courses and electives in other disciplines.

Description

The environmental humanities certificate program offers students who are interested in humanities-based approaches to the current global environmental crisis an option to focus on this vital area of study. Students take courses and electives from selected programs that are focused on the human relationship to the environment and the relationship between nature and culture.

At a Glance
Program Requirements

This certificate is comprised of 24 credit hours
Core: (12 credit hours)
Pick four ENG courses from the list below, with a minimum of at least one 400-level course:*
*Note: Other ENG courses may be approved by CISA advisors depending on special- or variable-topics courses available in given semesters.
Electives: (12 credit hours)
Complete four additional courses (see advisor for approved list). Some courses are limited to students majoring in the discipline, have prerequisites or cannot be taken in combination with another course on the list. Additional courses may be approved by the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts English advisor depending on special- or variable-topics courses available in given semesters.
Requirements:
1. A minimum of 12 upper-division hours are required.
2. Six hours must be taken from the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts at ASU.
3. A grade of "C" (2.00) or higher is required in all courses taken for the certificate.
Depending on a student's undergraduate program of study, prerequisite courses may be needed in order to complete the requirements of this certificate.

Enrollment Requirements

The environmental humanities certificate is available to all ASU undergraduate students. Students should see an advisor for more information.

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