A Sustainability Studies major prepares students for global citizenship with a firm grounding in the natural sciences, the social sciences, and the humanities. Majors explore how to maintain ecological and environmental health, create economic welfare, and pursue social justice in a changing world. Courses investigate the relationship of sustainability to culture, ethics, economics, politics, agriculture, technology, the built environment, ecology, and natural systems. In addition to developing skills in critically assessing sustainability principles and practices, students put their knowledge to work on campus and the local community in the capstone course, Sustainability in Action.
- SYG2010, SWS3022 and one additional course from: BSC2005, SWS2007, GLY2030C
- 3.0 UF GPA
- 2.0 tracking GPA