College of Letters and Science
Environmental Justice Certificate
The Environmental Justice certificate examines the paired problems of social inequality and environmental pollution. Students take one core course, History 279 Environmental Justice, that provides historical context. Further courses deepen the investigation with perspectives from the humanities and social sciences. In completing courses for the certificate, students also satisfy several General Education requirements.
The 12-credit program is an interdisciplinary certificate administered by the Department of History and International Studies.
For more information, visit the Course Catalog, search by the name of this program, and filter by semester.
For advising questions contact:
Associate Professor, History and International Studies
School of Humanities and Global Studies