The minor in Global Environmental Change offers a way for UNBC students to obtain a well rounded perspective and knowledge-base on global change issues that encompasses not only the science of global change and change predictions, but also the political realities of environmental change and the way policy intersects with science.
The minor in Global Environmental Change requires the completion of 21 credit hours, 12 of which must be at the upper division level. A maximum of two courses (six credit hours) used to fulfil program requirements for a major or another minor may also be used to fulfil requirements for a minor in Global Environmental Change.
Students must complete ENVS 225-3 and at least 9 credit hours from each of the two lists of courses indicated below for a total of 21 credit hours overall. Nine of these credit hours selected from the approved lists below must be from upper division courses.