Who should be an Environmental Policy and Planning Major?
This major is designed for students who are SERIOUSLY interested in environmental concerns and studies (aspects of law, planning, policy, etc.). Those who are good with finding solutions to problems and enjoy economics should also consider this program. While it is a demanding program, there are many benefits! Some recommended minors are Environmental Science, Public Administration, Urban and Regional Studies, Political Science, or Economics.
Who should be an Environmental Policy and Planning Minor?
An interdisciplinary minor in Environmental Policy & Planning may represent a good choice for students who wish to major in Environmental Sciences, Public Administration, Political Science, Economics, Urban and Regional Studies, Democracy & Justice Studies, or a number of other programs.
Who should be a Public Administration Minor?
An interdisciplinary minor in Public Administration compliments a major in Political Science, Economics, Communication Processes, Environmental Policy and Planning, Urban and Regional Studies, Democracy & Justice Studies, and others. It prepares students to work in an administrative capacity and as a policy analyst for a variety of organizations, as well as providing a strong background for graduate studies in public administration, law, public policy, public affairs, and related fields.