About the Minor
For more information, see the Center for Environmental Futures Website.
The Environmental Humanities Minor focuses on how humanities disciplines and the arts can contribute to understandings of environmental change; environmental ethics and politics; environmental justice; climate justice; and equitable, sustainable futures.
- One (1) lower-division required course
- One (1) lower or upper division elective course
- Four (4) upper-division elective courses
- Total credits: 24
Letter grades of C or better must be earned in all courses applied to the minor. All upper-division credits must be taken at the University of Oregon. (“In residency” includes UO study abroad courses.) Only two courses taken for the minor may be used to fulfill another minor, certificate, or major. No more than two courses for the Environmental Humanities minor may have the same subject code, with the exception of ENVS, which can be two courses beyond the required ENVS 203.
ENVH Minor Requirements (links to webpage, scroll down to see required classes)
Advising & Declaration
Environmental humanities students work with Tykeson Academic and Career Advisors in the Public Policy, Society, and Identity (PPSI) Flight Path through Tykeson College and Career Advising. See a PPSI advisor to declare this minor.
ENVS Undergraduate Coordinator, Sophie Bybee: firstname.lastname@example.org.