Environmental sustainability and ecological integrity are increasingly central to Drew University’s academic and community identity. New sustainability initiatives build on Drew’s prominence for campus forest preservation.
The major in Environmental Studies and Sustainability, supported by a generous grant from the Andrew Mellon Foundation, is unusual for its emphasis on sustainability & solutions. The program is flexible so students can tailor the course of study to their own interests; or they can choose a more specialized option in environmental science or environmental sustainability.
Internships and research experiences prepare graduates for careers in environmental advocacy, education, consulting, and science. See links (above, left) for more information
The Environmental Studies and Sustainability program provides students with the in-depth knowledge, multidisciplinary perspectives, and critical skills needed to address the complex environmental problems of today and of the future.
The Environmental Studies minor does not require as many credit hours, but maintains the flexibility and focus on experiential learning.
This link opens an MS Word document detailing a checklist of requirements for the Environmental Studies major.
A complete list of topics courses being offered every semester.
This link takes you to the Environmental Studies course descriptions on Registrar’s Office page.