Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies Minor
The interdisciplinary environmental studies minor (co-sponsored by the Department of Geography) acquaints students with current environmental problems and gives them the tools of analysis to identify causes and work toward solutions. This interdisciplinary minor draws on classes in the humanities, the social sciences, and the natural sciences. Many of these courses incorporate experiential field learning, providing hands on opportunities.
Download the Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies Minor Form.
Get more information by contacting Dr. Michael Steinberg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Civic Engagement and Leadership Minor
The minor in civic engagement and leadership is for those wishing to become outstanding leaders and citizens. There is a track for Army and Air Force ROTC students and a general track for all others. Students complete two foundation courses and then build a concentration focusing on topics such as politics and development, human relations, conflict resolution, for profit and non-profit organizational leadership, and human relations.
Get more information by contacting the New College Main Office at 205-348-4600, or speak to your advisor.
If you are in Army or Air Force ROTC at UA, consult these separate requirements to fulfill the minor.
Non-New College students may create an interdisciplinary 21-hour minor that includes courses from at least two different disciplines. A proposal is required and must be approved by the New College Director. Students interested in this minor should read the materials below carefully, and then contact the New College office to set up an appointment with Dr. Natalie Adams, New College Director.
Read the materials on the self-designed minor carefully, and then contact Ms. Jennifer Richardson to arrange an appointment with Dr. Natalie Adams.
Natural Resources Management Minor
This minor is available to students majoring in either the College of Arts & Sciences or the Culverhouse College of Commerce.
For more information, contact Dr. Carl Williams at email@example.com.