Environmental Studies

A minor in Environmental Studies requires 24h of core courses. No more than 12h can be in a single discipline. Some upper-level courses have pre-requisites. All courses offered towards this minor must be completed with a grade of C- or better.

Please view the Registrar's Office website for course availability.


Course #

Course Title


BIOL 2033

Introductory Ecology

BIOL 1113/23

CREL 2413

Ecology and Religion


ECON 2713

Economics of the Natural Environment

ECON 1013

ECON 3713

Environmental Economics

ECON 2713

ECON 4183

Natural Resource Economics

ECON 2713

ENGL 3523

The Writer and Nature 1

ENGL 1406 or 1413/1423, minimum grade of C-

ENGL 3533

The Writer and Nature 2

ENGL 1406 or 1413/1423, minimum grade of C-

ENVS 2643

Human Activity and the Environment

2ND year standing

ENVS 3113

Legal issues and the Environment

6 hr science and 3rd year standing

ENVS 3313

Environment & Human Health

BIOL1123 or BIOL 1823 or permission

HIST 2283

Environmental History


HIST 3383

Canadian Environmental History


IDST 3103

Environmental Law


PHIL 2303

Critical Perspectives on Environmental Issues

permission of department

POLS 3883

Politics of Natural Resources and Environment


POLS 3213

Politics of Water


POLS 4843

Environmental Political Theory

POLS 2346 or 2643 with B or higher or permission

RECR 1163

Environment as Sustainable Society


RECR 1223

Outdoor Recreation Management


RECR 3563

Environmental Education


RECR 4263

Parks/Open Space Res Dev


SOCI 3223

Food as a Social Issue


SRMK 3573

Community Design/Active Living

3rd year standing


Inquiries regarding the Environmental Studies minor may be directed to Donna Seamone


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