Marylhurst’s Environmental Studies program encourages students to explore the complex relationships between humans and the environment through interdisciplinary study. Students engage topics including ecosystems, biodiversity, and climate change, global environmental politics and justice, and the relationship between science, technology, and society. Students benefit from experiential learning with the opportunity to address systemic environmental issues through scholarship and hands-on practice.
This program is a concentration within Marylhurst’s B.A. in Liberal Studies degree that emphasizes interdisciplinary education in the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities. The concentration curriculum allows you to both specialize in environmental studies and accrue highly-valued skills in the liberal arts and sciences, such as critical thinking, problem solving, communication, and ethics. Through interdisciplinary learning and inquiry, you will gain the skills and knowledge to apply the liberal arts to pressing environmental problems and solutions.
Earn your bachelor’s in Liberal Studies with a concentration in Environmental Studies. Now accepting applications for 2017.