Department of Environmental Studies, College of the Environment
This interdisciplinary minor, combined with an appropriate major, prepares students to enter professional fields concerned with the sustainability of the human and natural environment. The Environmental Policy minor ensures an introduction to the essential contents and skills that our major covers more thoroughly.
Why Consider an Environmental Policy Minor?
Do you want to develop knowledge and skills to promote positive change in the environment? Do you love identifying novel and practical ways of addressing stubborn problems related to human-environment interaction? Then Environmental Policy is the minor for you.
Environmental Lawyer | County Planner | Environmental Public Relations | Director of Non-Profit Organizations | Municipal Government
How to Declare (Admission and Declaration Process):
To declare a minor, set up an appointment with a professional adviser on our Undergrad Academic Advising website cenv.wwu.edu/academic-advising, by visiting the College of the Environment Student Support office in Environmental Studies Building 539, or by calling 360-650-3520.
A grade of C- or better is required for a student’s major or minor courses, and supporting courses for majors and minors.