Sustainability, Energy, and Environment Fellows Program (SEE FP)
Why is true sustainability so hard to achieve? Behind every environmentally friendly practice is a web of consequences, trade-offs, feedbacks, and barriers — and this undergraduate minor administered by the Institute for Sustainability, Energy, and Environment (iSEE) will help you develop a systems-level perspective of the economic, environmental and social dimensions of sustainability to help you navigate them.
The Sustainability, Energy, and Environment Fellows Program (SEE FP) is a campuswide undergraduate minor that prepares students for pursuing careers in the corporate sector, nonprofit organizations, government agencies and environmental advocacy groups.
To find out more about the minor and the enrollment process, email Professor Madhu Khanna, iSEE Associate Director for Education & Outreach, at email@example.com.
|Introduction to Sustainability: choose one of the following 1||3|
|Environment and Society|
|Tools for Sustainability|
|Economic/Policy/Social Dimensions: Choose one of the following||3-4|
|Transportation/Land Use Policy|
|Environmental Politics & Policy|
|Natural Resources Law & Policy|
|Renewable Energy Policy|
|Environmental Issues Today|
|Challenges of Sustainability|
|Environmental/Natural Systems: Choose one of the following||3-4|
|Plants and Global Change|
|Watershed Ecology and Planning|
|Principles of Ecosystem Mgmt|
|Fish and Wildlife Ecology|
|Aquatic Ecosystem Conservation|
|Water Planet, Water Crisis|
|Earth Resources Sustainability|
|Renewable & Alternative Energy|
|ENVS 492||Sustainability, Energy and Environment Capstone 2||4|
ESE 100 is a course planned for a future semester to be listed as an option. Please address questions to the EFP advisor.
ENVS 492 will be available starting in the Fall, 2017 semester.