Sustainable Community Development Initiative
Sustainability Major/ Minors
Liberal Studies Major with an Emphasis in Sustainability
Natural Resources Management Major/ Minor
Why Study Natural Resources Management?
Environmental pollution, deforestation, climate change, and increasing demand for outdoor recreation are just a few of the current challenges to environmental sustainability. The Natural Resources Management (NRM) program prepares students to care for the land and water resources of Michigan and beyond, and to serve the people whose well-being depends on these resources.
For more information on the Natural Resources Management Major/ Minor, visit the NRM main site here.
Environmental Studies Minor
Why Environmental Studies?
Environmental studies are the systematic study of human interaction with their environment. While distinct from ecology and environmental science, the discipline encompasses study in their basic principles as well as the associated subjects, such as: policy, politics, law, economics, social aspects, planning, pollution control, natural resources, and the interactions of human beings and nature.
For more information on the Environmental Studies Minor, visit the ES main site here.
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