Course Requirements

Major in Sustainability Studies

Bachelor of Arts in Sustainability Studies (BASS)

The Bachelor of Arts in Sustainability Studies is a 120 credit hour degree program with a unique, interdiscipinary curriculum.

Majors are required to complete 33 credit hours of sustainability studies coursework including:

•    IDS 2154: Facets of Sustainability, the gateway course
•    3 Core Courses in Liberal Arts and Sciences
•    6 "Cluster" courses selected from an interdisciplinary menu of options spanning multiple colleges
•    IDS 4942: Sustainability in Action, the internship capstone course

Students interested in pursuing the BASS degree are encouraged to consider Double Majoring.

Facets of Sustainability, the gateway course, is offered each fall.

A list of the Core Courses and Cluster Courses that will be taught in the upcoming semester is emailed to all Sustainability Studies Majors and Minors a week before course enrollment begins.

 Sustainability in Action, the capstone course, is offered each spring.

Course Requirements

Learn more about the course requirements for a B.A. in Sustainability Studies.

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