Certificate in Environmental Ethics

Requirements for a Certificate in Environmental Ethics

Grade Requirements

Students must earn a C- (1.67) or better in all courses that count toward the Certificate in Environmental Ethics,

Required Courses

Students must complete the following courses:

  • PHL 112e - Intro to Ethics and Environment and,
  • PHL 311 - Philosophy and the Environmental Crisis or PHL 422 - Environmental Philosophy

Elective Courses

Students must complete two of the following courses (at least one must be at the 400 or 500 level):

  • PHL 210e – Moral Philosophy
  • ENST 225 – Community and Environment
  • ENST 230h – Nature and Society
  • NRSM 265 – Elements of Ecological Restoration
  • NASX 303e - Ecological Perspectives in Native American Traditions
  • ENST 367 – Environmental Politics and Policies
  • PHL 323 – Environmental Ethics and Global Climate Change (field course)
  • NRSM 370s - Wildland Conservation Policy & Governance
  • NRSM 373 – Wilderness and Civilization
  • NRSM 389e – Ethics of Forestry and Conservation
  • ENST 391 – Earth Ethics: Moral Dimensions of Environmental Issues
  • NRSM 426 – Climate and Society
  • ENST 430 - Culture and Agriculture
  • POSCI 442 – Environmental Politics
  • NRSM 449e – Climate Change Ethics and Policy
  • EVST 480 – Food, Agriculture, and Environment
  • ENST 487 – Globalization, Justice, and Environment
  • PTRM 482 – Wilderness and Protected Area Management
  • ENST 489 – Environmental Justice Issues and Solutions
  • PHL 504 - Topics in Environmental Ethics
  • PHL 505 – Issues in the Anthropocene
  • PTRM 582 – Conceptual Foundations of Wilderness & Protected Areas
  • PHL 591 – Special Topics: Environmental Philosophy