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Environmental Studies B.A. Program Outcomes

 

Mission:
The mission of the environmental studies program is the preparation of effective future environmental problem solvers.  The program strives to teach:1. Key environmental concepts from a wide variety of academic disciplines;2. How these concepts interact and manifest themselves in our most critical modern day environmental problems ; 3. The root causes of these problems as well as potential solutions; and 4.  Key strategies and considerations for effective implementation of these solutions

Program Learning Outcomes:

1. Students will Analyze and Explain Key Environmental and Social Problems

2. Student will Analyze and Explain Sustainable Solutions to Environmental and Social Problems

3. Students will Analyze and Explain Barriers to the Implementation of Sustainable Solutions

4. Students will Demonstrate Ability to Implement Sustainable Solutions in Community or Region

5. Students will Demonstrate Effective Written, Graphical and Oral Communications

6. Students will Demonstrate Effective Research and Project Development Sills

7.  Students will Apply Learning in Their Own Life Choices

 

 

 

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