Environmental Studies Certificate

Students may begin their Certificate course work (ENV 100 Introduction to Environmental Issues) as incoming freshmen or anytime thereafter. After taking ENV 100 the remaining courses (GE 204, ENV 201/L, ENV 202/L, ENV 300, ENV 315/EC 315, EN 307) may be taken in any order. ENV 485, the capstone course, must be taken after all other requirements are completed or concurrently with the final course the student needs.

Requirements:

Introductory Course:

Course Number

Course name

credits

ENV 100

Introduction to Environmental Issues

3 Semester hours

Required Courses (20 credits):

Course Number

Course name

credits

GE 204

Landscapes of Hawaii 

3 Semester hours

ENV 201/L

Conservation Biology & Ecology Laboratory

1 Semester hours

ENV 202/L

Environmental Physics Laboratory

1 Semester hours

ENV 300

Environmental Policy & Law 

3 Semester hours

ENV 315/EC 315

Environmental Economics

3

ENV 307

-

-

Capstone Course:

Course Number

Course name

credits

ENV 485

Environmental Capstone Course

3 Semester hours

ENV 485 may be taken concurrently with the final required course (s) to be completed from the list above.