You can help save the planet. Come join an interdisciplinary, innovative team of award-winning professors and students who are working together to address today’s environmental challenges through three lenses: science, policy or the humanities. You will work hands-on in small classes and in the field. You have opportunities for internships and original research with faculty. We get dirty, think big and work with campus and community partners to restore streams, improve habitats and reduce waste and pollution.
As an Environmental Studies major at Linfield, you might take:
ENVS 357 Environmental Communication and Advocacy
Practice strategies for changing the way we perceive, inform, and persuade others about the environmental problems we face.
ENVS 360 Forest Ecology and Management
Study the ecology of Pacific northwest forests in the lab and field including a weekend field trip to Mount Rainier.
ENVS 470 Senior Capstone: Environmental Project
Work with a community partner to address a local environmental problem (a recent class wrote a successful grant to restore a natural area adjacent to campus).
For more information about a major or minor in Environmental Studies contact: Admission.