Global Environmental Politics
Global Environmental Politics Major Concentration Requirements
The following required concentration courses are in addition to the ES major core courses. Courses completed in this concentration can not count towards the core course requirements.
1. One of the following politics courses:
2. Both of the following economics courses:
3. One of the following methods courses:
- ANTH 210. Encountering Community: Ethnographic Fieldwork and Service-Learning.
- ANTH s32. Introduction to Archeological Fieldwork.
- BIO 244. Biostatistics.
- ECON 250. Statistics.
- EDUC s26. Qualitative Methods of Education Research.
- INDS 250. Interdisciplinary Studies: Methods and Modes of Inquiry.
- PSYCH 218. Statistics.
- RFSS 252. Rhetorical Theory.
- SOC 205. Research Methods for Sociology.
4. One elective course from among the following:
- AN/ES 242. Environment, Human Rights, and Indigenous Peoples.
- ENVR 209. Sustainable Cities.
- ENVR 223. Politics of Wildlife Conservation.
- INDS 211. U.S. Environmental History.
- ENVR 251. Ecology and Policy: The Case of Lobsters and Right Whales.
- ENVR 272. Oikos: Rethinking Economy and Ecology.
- ENVR 273. Land and Livelihood.
- PLTC 236. The Global Politics of Climate Change.
- PLTC 248. The Arctic: Politics, Economics, Peoples.
- PLTC 249. Politics of Latin America.
- PLTC 290. Politics in Sub-Saharan Africa.
- SOC 235. Global Health: Sociological Perspectives.
- SOC 250. Privilege, Power, and Inequality.
5. One of the following 300-level courses (some have prerequisites):
- ENVR 304. Politics of Nature.
- ENVR 308. Urban and Regional Food Systems.
- ENVR 337. Social Movements, NGOs, and the Environment.
- EN/LS 350. Environmental Justice.
- ECON 309. Economics of Less-Developed Countries.
- ECON 325. Prices, Property, and the Problem of the Commons.
- LS/PT 352. Participatory Democracy.
All of the courses required for this concentration are listed on the Global Environmental Politics major declaration form.