Environmental Studies Learning Outcomes


Upon completion of the undergraduate B.S. program in Environmental Studies, students will be able to:

  1. Authenticate their commitment to service, justice and peace through experiential project-based activities that enhance the condition of the integral ecology, care for creation and value all voices.

  2.  Apply analytical methods and skills from multiple disciplines to environmental problems.

  3. Participate in, plan and execute environmental change-making strategies that employ scientific, political, socio-cultural, artistic, educational and economic skills and knowledge.

  4. Design and describe new futures and ideas that solve environmental problems and foster sustainability.

  5. Pursue throughout their education the ever-changing knowledge and skills that prepare them for the adaptation and change essential to environmental problem solving.