When you pursue an environmental studies minor, you learn how to identify, analyze, and influence the complex forces shaping the environment and living things. You study the fascinating interactions between humans and other components of the natural environment through coursework that combines the earth’s physical, chemical, and biological systems with studies in the humanities and social systems.
You can complement any major with this interdisciplinary studies minor to create a broader professional path for positions in government, private industry, and non-profit organizations.
If you want to turn this interdisciplinary studies minor into a major, consider Truman’s interdisciplinary studies major.
For more information about this minor, contact one of the committee members.
- Chair: Drew Seig (Biology Department)
- Drew Arends (Student Member)
- Marc Becker (History Department)
- Bob Johnson (Agricultural Science Department)
- Donna Liss (Information Technology Services)
- Chad Montgomery (Biology Department)
- Stephanie Russell (History Department)
- Blaine Smallwood (Student Government Representative)
- Stuart Winikoff (Chemistry Department)
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