University of Montana Catalog 2023-2024

Environmental Justice Certificate

The Certificate in Environmental Justice offers students an integrated social science and humanities approach for understanding, analyzing and problem-solving around domestic and international environmental inequalities and injustices.

Post-Secondary Certificate - Environmental Justice


Required Courses6
Total Hours15

Degree Specifics: 15

Required Cumulative GPA: 2.0

Required Courses

Complete all of the following courses:
ENST 410TEK of Indigenous Peoples3
ENST 489SEnvironmental Justice Issues & Solutions3
Total Hours6

Minimum required grade: C-


Complete 9 credits of the following courses:9
Native Peoples of Montana
Indigenous Peoples & the Ethics of Development
Sustainability Reporting
Theory and Practice of Community Health Education
Earth Ethics
Cooperative Education/Intern
Social Issues: The Mekong Delta
Globalization, Justice & Environment
Intro to GIS and Cartography
Community Resilience
Community & Regional Analysis
African-American Struggle for Equality
Native American Beliefs and Philosophy
Tribal Sovereignty
Climate Change Ethics and Policy
American Indian Health Issues
Environmental Philosophy
Politics of Global Migration
Development Administration
Environmental and Occupational Health
Race, Gender & Class
Sociological Research Methods
Social Stratification
Feminist Theory and Methods
Total Hours9

Minimum required grade: C-