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Longwood offers a variety of environmental and sustainability related courses. With the addition of the Environmental Sciences program in the Fall of 2013, students now have the option to study fields related to environmentalism, and sustainability. Courses vary from the sciences to sociology to ethics. Listed below are the current courses offered at Longwood that strictly focus on environmental issues and change:

  • ANTH/SOCL 322 Sustainability
  • ENSC 101 Introduction to Integrated Environmental Science
  • ENSC 201 Integrated Environmental Investigations
  • ENSC 340 Global Environmental Issues
  • ENSC 380 Introduction to Environmental Law and Policy
  • ENSC 401 Environmental Planning and Management
  • ENSC 402 Environmental Decision Making
  • ECON 301 Economic Development, Tourism, and Sustainability in Costa Rica (Study Abroad)
  • GNED 162 Introduction to Environmental Science
  • PHIL 316 Environmental Ethics
  • HIST 427 Latin America Environmental History
  • EASC 211 Environmental Geology
  • ECON 314 Environmental and Resource Economics
  • SOCL 260 Environment and Society
  • CHEM 372 Environment Chemistry
  • EASC 354 Hydrology
  • EASC 355 Climatology
  • EASC 363 Physical Oceanography
  • HLTH 400 Environmental Health
  • RECR 420 Environmental Education Resources
  • EASC 212 Atmospheric Science
  • Chem 500 Chemistry of the Environment
  • ECON 501 Economics and the Environment in the K-12 Classroom
  • ECON 503 Saving Our Rivers and Bays with Dollars and Sense

While the Integrated Environmental Science Major offers four concentrations, (Life science, physical science, earth science, and social science) anyone can pick up a minor in Environmental Studies.